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David W. Sundin, Ph.D.

Dr. David W. Sundin é uma consultor, gerente do projetos e executivo com mais de 30 anos de experiência. Cientísta, empresário, professor e ex-oficial militar.

Dr. Sundin mora em Texas, EUA, mas ele tém RNE e fala português bem.

Dr. Sundin with family in Rio de Janeiro

Disponível para projetos de consultoria:

Tel nos EUA: +1-903-231-3141
email: davidsundin@outlook.com
SKYPE: dwsundin
LinkedIn: http://br.linkedin.com/in/ecofluids

Dr. Sundin é um especialista em lubrificantes sintéticos, lubrificantes biodegradáveis, óleos para transformadores, transferéncia de calór e processos de reciclágem e limpar de lubrificantes usados. Ele é dono de empresas que fabricam lubrificantes sintéticos e lubrificantes biodegradáveis. Dr. Sundin é autor de artigos técnicos, e possui vários patentes.

Últimos artigos técnicos:

“Optimizing Cooling in Robotics Motor Drivers”
White Paper for DSI Ventures, Inc

“A Study of The Relationship Between Insulating Fluid Viscosity and Transformer Cooling Performance”
–  IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society
Third International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials
Tokyo, Japan

“Minimizing CPU Overheating with Liquid Immersion Cooling
–  Electronics Protection Magazine

“CPU Cooling with Liquid Immersion
– DSI Ventures’ Website

“Thermal Designing and Building Transformers for Use With Viscous Fluids
– Published in Transformers Magazine, Vol 1, Issue 2

“Alpha-1 Fluid:  A 20 Year History
– DSI Ventures’ Website

“Seven Reasons Why My Oil is Better Than Your Air”
– Blog Post

“Material Compatibility of Electronics Cooling Fluids”
– Blog Post

“The ABCs of Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants
– Hydraulics and Pneumatics Magazine, November 2013

“Choosing The Right Heat Transfer Fluid for Electronics Cooling:
A Guide for Thermal Engineers” – White Paper

Discussion of Specific Heat
– White Paper for DSI Ventures, Inc.

“The Importance of Heat Capacity in Electronics Cooling
– Electronics Cooling Magazine April 2013″

“Natural Ester Insulating Fluids”
– Webinar for
LinkedIn Transformers Group September 2010

“Advances in Liquid Cooling of Electronic Circuitry
– Electronics Cooling Magazine, August, 2010