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Joel is President of Thermalogics, Inc., and a principal in SNA Engineering. SNA specializes in mechanical design/packaging and in thermo/structural analysis of electronic equipment used in both commercial/industrial and military applications. For more than thirty years, he has packaged all types of electronic systems requiring cost-effective cooling designs. SNA consults for large and small corporations in commercial and military sectors and directly to the United States Department of Defense.
Mr. Newberger has designed enclosures for almost every type of application including telecommunication systems, reconnaissance pods, transmitters, radars, jammers, receivers, telephone systems, terminals/displays, power supplies, and computer systems that operate in stationary and mobile platforms. He has successfully developed design techniques used in naturally cooled and fan-cooled, vented and totally enclosed, induced draft-cooled, EMI protected, liquid cooled and refrigerant cooled enclosures.
After receiving his BME at City College of New York and his MSME Degree at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mr. Newberger did additional graduate studies at CCNY. He taught courses at the City College of NY and Polytechnic University, in Air Conditioning, Thermodynamics, and Heat Transfer. Author of “Monograph: Thermal System Approach to Heat Sink Selection”, Mr. Newberger also published papers on induced-draft, naturally cooled enclosures. For more than two decades, he has given seminars at the University of Wisconsin-Extension on “Cost-Effective Cooling of Electronic Equipment”. He has given seminars at numerous corporations throughout Europe, the Middle East, as well as the United States in the areas of thermal design and packaging.
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