Gregory Keith Frank

Mechanical engineering

Hometown: Paris, Essonnes, France

Graduation date: Spring 2022

Gregory Frank
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FURI | Fall 2021

3D-Printed Jet-Based Cooling Heat Exchanger for Electronic Devices

This project explores the potential of 3D-printed jet-based cooling heat exchanger, also called 3D-printed jet cooler, to cool electronic devices. Unlike traditional metal-based jet coolers, this 3D-printed jet cooler will be fabricated using polymers which considerably reduce the fabrication cost while still offering wide geometric freedom that would offer new designs and possible configurations. The final goal of this research is to find the best parameter set for such devices by manipulating airflow velocity and exploring various multiple-jet nozzle designs.


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Additional projects from this student

Using a 3D-printed jet cooler will improve the thermal efficiency of medical electronic devices and will reduce the risk of thermal injuries.


  • FURI
  • Spring 2021