From aircraft control systems to video game consoles and mobile phones, embedded systems have become inseparable from modern technology. In definition, embedded systems are a combination of computer software and hardware which are either fixed to work in a certain way or programmable. As embedded systems are generally located at the heart of machinery, engineers have needed to create a variety of thermal management systems along with them. This is to regulate the amount of heat they create and keep internal machinery safe from damage. For example, if a laptop has been running for a while, you may notice it start to radiate heat and in some cases, hear the whirring of an internal fan cooling it down. This and other thermal management instruments are an expected part of embedded systems. In this blog, we will take a look at the different forms of thermal management systems and their applications.

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