We have a plan to purchase a BlueROV and other electronic components to build an underwater robot (AUV) for testing our new control law in problem of pipeline tracking. Since we do not have experience in building a such system, we are really wonder about the heat radiating from the electronic components inside watertight enclosure. Through your website and forum, I try to find the topics relating to heating treatment. However, there does not exist a such topic. My questions are:
- If the AUV works continuously 1 hour, the surround water temperature is 20°, so how many degrees could be inside the enclosure? Is it "too hot"?
- I heard about a liquid cooling system. Is there anyone has experience with that?