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Overcome Thermal Aspect in Smart Phone

Nikhil Bhimani, Jay Sanghani, Bhargav Gangadiya, Siddharth Dave


In this modern era, the use of smartphones become a common thing in everyone's lifestyle. The use of
high-performance applications and game now becomes more important than just a use for calling
purpose. Sometimes the heavy use of high-performance applications and games can be resulted in the
overheating of entire device. So, the smartphones are needed to be thermally optimized hardware for
better performance and efficient working in specified temperature limits. That’s why Thermal
management system in each and every smartphone electronics has been required to design as a
mandatory part of smartphone ecosystem. Each smartphone has its own unique processing
capabilities and physical designs. And as per the concepts of ergonomic design of smartphone, the
inclusion of highly efficient cooling system in smartphones considered as an impossible term. At that
point the accessory kind of individual product is more beneficial rather than include heavy cooling
system in smartphones to make them bulkier and ugly aesthetics. So, there is one phenomenon (Peltier
phenomenon) that uses electricity and provides cooling effect. By using this phenomenon, we are
innovating a product which we have named a cooling accessory for smartphones. This accessory
works on specific temperature points to maintain the device temperature within the healthy
temperature limits even though the device used continuously with high yielding tasks. And these
specific temperature limits can be adjusted by product designer or manufacturers. The designed
accessory has compatible with all kind of smartphones and along with perfect fit and grip. Also, its
user-friendly device, by this virtue everyone can use this accessory without any inconvenience.


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