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JP6022183B2
JP6022183B2 JP2012077505A JP2012077505A JP6022183B2 JP 6022183 B2 JP6022183 B2 JP 6022183B2 JP 2012077505 A JP2012077505 A JP 2012077505A JP 2012077505 A JP2012077505 A JP 2012077505A JP 6022183 B2 JP6022183 B2 JP 6022183B2
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  The present invention relates to a heat sink for LED lighting, in which LED lighting using a light emitting diode (LED) element as a light source radiates heat generated during light emission to the surrounding space.
  Lighting that uses a light emitting diode (LED) element as a light source is gradually penetrating the market due to its low power consumption and long life. Among these, in-vehicle LED lighting, such as automobile headlights, has attracted particular attention in recent years. By applying the in-vehicle LED lamp (LED lighting), embedded lighting in other fields such as buildings can also be used for LED lighting. Replacement has begun.
  However, the LED element which is a light emitting source of this LED illumination is very weak to heat, and there is a problem that when the temperature exceeds the allowable temperature, the light emission efficiency is lowered, and further, the life is affected. In order to solve this problem, since it is necessary to dissipate heat at the time of light emission of the LED element to the surrounding space, the LED lighting is provided with a large heat sink.
  Many LED die heat sinks made of aluminum (including an aluminum alloy) are used, and Patent Documents 1 to 4 disclose heat sinks having typical configurations among these heat sinks. Is disclosed. These heat sinks have a substrate part in which the LED light source is arranged and fixed on the front side, and a plurality of parallelly arranged fin parts protruding at intervals on the back side of the substrate part. In addition, by increasing the surface area of the fin portion, the heat dissipation increases, and a certain heat dissipation property can be obtained.
  However, the basic structure of the conventional heat sink H is as shown in FIG. 8, in which an LED element (light source) L is disposed and fixed on the front side, and an interval is provided on the back side of the substrate unit 10. A plurality of fin portions 20 arranged in parallel and projecting in parallel, and when this is incorporated and applied to a housing for in-vehicle lighting such as an automobile headlight or tail lamp, a limited narrow space Will be installed.
  For this reason, the heat radiation space where the substrate part 10 and the fin part 20 are located is also in a closed volume and there is almost no air convection, so in such an installation environment almost no heat dissipation by convection can be expected, Heat dissipation by radiation is the center, and the heat sink structure in which the heat radiation area is increased by fins or the like as described above has a problem that heat radiation by radiation is insufficient and efficient heat dissipation cannot be achieved as a whole.
  That is, in the case of radiation, the size of the projected area in the X-, Y-, and Z-axis directions (three-dimensional directions) displayed at the lower right of the figure affects the efficiency. The larger the projected area, the greater the radiation efficiency. Will be improved. In the heat sink of FIG. 8, the projected area in the Y direction may be the sum of the plane of the substrate portion 10 and the plane of the fin portion 20, but that in the Z direction is the sum of the side surface of the substrate portion and the side surface of the fin portion 20. Since it is tooth-shaped and has a lot of space, it becomes a small area less than 50% of the total area obtained by multiplying the length of the substrate portion 10 and the height of the fin portion 20. Further, the projected area in the X direction is the total of the front surface of the substrate portion 10 and the front surface of the fin portion 20, and even though there are four fin portions 10, these are the same projected area as one and overlap each other. The radiation efficiency is low.
JP 2007-172932 A JP 2007-193960 A JP 2009-277535 A JP 2010-278350 A
  The present invention solves the above problems, can be manufactured from an aluminum plate by a relatively simple processing method, and efficiently dissipates heat even when applied and installed in a closed space. An object of the present invention is to provide a heat sink for LED illumination that can be performed.
The invention according to claim 1 is a heat sink for LED lighting formed of an aluminum plate, and has a step-like heat radiating portion surface in which a horizontal plane portion and a vertical front portion are alternately continued, and the horizontal plane portion or / LED elements are mounted on the surface of the vertical front part, and the horizontal plane part and / or the vertical side part perpendicular to these at one or both ends of the vertical front part, The part surface and the vertical side surface part constitute a flat plate heat dissipating surface arranged in such a manner that the surface direction is oriented in any of the three-dimensional directions of X, Y, and Z around the LED element. In other words, heat is radiated to a space free of air convection only by these flat heat radiating surfaces including a heat radiating surface having a plate thickness .
The invention according to claim 2 is the heat sink for LED lighting according to claim 1, wherein the thickness of the mounting portion of the LED element in the horizontal plane portion and / or the vertical front portion is partially increased.
The invention according to claim 3 is the heat sink for LED lighting according to claim 1 or 2 , wherein the heat sink is a heat sink for an in-vehicle LED lamp.
According to the present invention, the following excellent effects are provided.
(B) The projected area in the three-dimensional direction of the heat sink is large, and therefore the heat from the LED light source can be efficiently used even in the space where there is no (or few) convection due to air where the application and installation location (place) are closed. It is possible to radiate the heat and the heat dissipation can be advantageously improved as a whole.
(B) Since it is a heat sink with a simple structure formed from an aluminum plate, it can be manufactured relatively easily by bending a rolled plate such as a sheet or coil, or a plate processed by extrusion or the like. Therefore, it is suitable as a heat sink for LED lighting such as in-vehicle use.
It is a perspective view which shows basic embodiment explaining the concept of the whole shape of the heat sink for LED lighting which concerns on this invention. It is a top view of FIG. It is a sectional side view of the aluminum plate which shows the example at the time of locally thickening the thickness of the aluminum plate (horizontal plane part) of a LED element mounting part in the heat sink for LED lighting which concerns on this invention. It is a perspective view which shows the installation state in the case of applying the heat sink for LED lighting which concerns on this invention to the headlight of a motor vehicle. It is aa sectional drawing of FIG. FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken along line bb in FIG. 4. It is cc sectional drawing of FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the fundamental structure of the conventional heat sink for LED lighting.
Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to embodiments shown in the accompanying drawings.
First, based on FIGS. 1 and 2 showing a basic embodiment of a heat sink for LED lighting according to the present invention, the concept of the overall shape will be specifically described. FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a heat sink, and FIG. 2 is a plan view thereof.
Here, as shown in FIG. 1, the heat sink H according to the present invention is formed of an aluminum (including an alloy thereof) plate 1 having a certain thickness, and has a stepped shape as a whole. That is, in the case of the figure, the heat radiating portion surface has a two-step shape, and the entire basic shape formed from one (single) aluminum plate 1 has a step shape. That is, in the case of the figure, from the top of the two-step staircase, the horizontal plane portion A1, the vertical front portion B1, the horizontal plane portion A2, and the vertical front portion B2 are arranged in the order of a plate (flat plate) horizontal that is perpendicular to each other. It has a shape (structure) in which flat portions and plate-like (flat plate-like) vertical front portions are alternately and continuously formed.
These horizontal plane portions A1 and A2 and vertical front portions B1 and B2 all have the same length as the width of the aluminum plate 1 forming a step shape as the long side, and the length of the aluminum plate is divided into four equal parts. It is a rectangle with a short width. L is an LED element mounted on the central portion of the horizontal plane portion A2 having a quadrangular (rectangular) plan view. Of the horizontal plane portion and the vertical front portion, both side end portions of the horizontal plane portion A2 and the vertical front portion B1 are further provided with vertical side portions C1 and C2 arranged at right angles to them, that is, vertically. The vertical side surfaces C1 and C2 are quadrangular or square with the width of the horizontal flat surface portions A1 and A2 and the vertical front surface portions B1 and B2 as one side.
As described above, the heat sink H according to the present invention is continuous around the four sides of the horizontal plane portion A2 that is the mounting surface (installation surface) of the LED element, and the planes are not interrupted. Two or more flat plate heat dissipating part surfaces having different surface directions (surface extending directions) are provided. These flat plate heat dissipating part surfaces are arranged around the four sides of the horizontal flat surface part A2, and are continuous with the horizontal flat surface part A2 as vertical flat heat dissipating part surfaces having four different surface directions. It has a total of five heat dissipating part surfaces including front parts B1, B2 and vertical side parts C1, C2.
In addition, the total of five heat dissipating surface surfaces are oriented in the three-dimensional directions of X, Y, and Z, respectively, with the surface direction thereof directed to the periphery (four periphery or horizontal plane) around the LED element L. (4 sides of the part A2) are arranged on a flat plate-like heat radiation surface. That is, the stepped heat radiating surface is arranged around the LED element in the three-dimensional directions of X, Y, and Z so that the surface direction is oriented.
In FIG. 1, as a whole, a total of six plate-like heat radiating surface portions including a horizontal flat surface portion A1 continuous to the vertical front surface portion B1 are added to all of the periphery (four surroundings) of the LED element. , Z is arranged in a three-dimensional direction, and a flat plate heat dissipating surface portion having a large surface area facing each other is disposed.
In addition, as long as a flat plate heat radiation surface portion having a large surface area that faces each of the three directions of X, Y, and Z can be arranged, all four sides of the horizontal plane portion A or the LED element It is not necessary to continuously provide a flat heat radiation surface portion having a large surface area around all of the four sides. For example, only one of the vertical side surface portions C1 and C2 is provided, or the width (length) of the heat radiation surface extending from each flat plate heat radiation surface portion is determined by the length of each side of the horizontal flat surface portion A2 in which it is continuous. Can be made smaller (shorter). Moreover, the planar view shape of the horizontal flat surface portion A2 and the shape of the flat plate heat radiating surface portion may be a triangle, a polygon, a circle, or an ellipse instead of the quadrangle of FIG.
Next, the principle and action of heat dissipation when LED lighting is performed by installing the heat sink H having such a stepped shape in a space without air convection will be described. When the LED element L mounted on the horizontal flat surface portion A2 is caused to emit light, the heat Q generated by the LED element is conducted to the horizontal flat surface portion A2 through the mounting portion of the LED element L.
Subsequently to this, the heat conducted to the horizontal plane portion A2 is centered on the position of the LED element L, and the horizontal plane portion A2 is continuously arranged around the four sides of the vertical plane portions B1, B2, and the vertical side surfaces. Conduct quickly to the parts C1 and C2 radially or concentrically. Further, it is quickly conducted from the vertical plane portion B1 to the horizontal plane portion A1 continuous thereto. As described above, the heat conducted from the LED element L to the horizontal plane portion A2 is continuous to the A2 and is radially or concentrically formed on the two or more flat plate heat dissipating portion surfaces arranged around the LED element. Conducted and diffused quickly The transmission of the heat Q to A2, B1, B2, A1, C1 and C2 is conducted from the higher heat level to the lower heat level.
Thus, the heat Q transmitted to each of the heat radiating surfaces is radiated in a large amount at a certain level or more in any of the three dimensional directions of X, Y, and Z from these flat heat radiating surfaces having a large surface area. The That is, the light is radiated from the entire front and back surfaces of the horizontal plane portion A2 to the surrounding closed space (heat dissipating space) S in the perpendicular direction (vertical direction which is the Y direction in FIG. 1). The heat Q transmitted to the vertical front portion B1 is radiated from the entire front and back surfaces of the flat surface portion to the space S in the perpendicular direction (the left-right direction which is the X direction in FIG. 1). The heat Q transmitted to the vertical side surfaces C1 and C2 is radiated from the entire surface of the side surfaces to the same space S in the right-angle direction (the right and left directions which are Z directions in FIG. 2). Further, a part of heat Q conducted to the vertical front part B1 is conducted to the horizontal plane part A1, and the same space in the direction perpendicular to the front and back surfaces of the horizontal plane part A1 (the vertical direction which is the Y direction in FIG. 1). S is emitted.
  Note that heat is radiated in the left and right directions in the figure from the side of the vertical side C1 facing the LED element L (left side of FIG. 1) and the side of C2 facing the LED element L (right side of FIG. 1), respectively. However, since the heat radiation from C1 to the left is absorbed by the right side of C2, and the heat radiation from C2 to the right is absorbed by C1, there is little heat radiation by radiation from both surfaces. Moreover, in each flat plate-like heat radiating surface portion, for example, in the plate thickness direction (plate thickness width) open to the space S, such as the front surface side of the horizontal plane portion A1, the side surface side or the bottom surface side of the vertical plane portion B1. The surface also becomes a heat dissipation surface. However, the heat radiation surface in the plate thickness direction (thickness width) of course depends on the plate thickness, but since the surface area is smaller than that of the flat heat radiation surface, the heat radiation due to radiation is relatively small. .
As described above, the heat sink having the step shape of FIG. 1 and further including the vertical side surface portions on both sides of the horizontal plane portion and the vertical front portion constituting the step shape is an air whose heat dissipation efficiency is governed by radiation. Even in a closed heat dissipation space without convection, it can be seen that the projected area in the X, Y, Z direction, that is, the three-dimensional direction, is very large, so that the radiation efficiency is high and the heat dissipation is excellent. Further, since the projected area of the heat sink does not overlap in the radiation direction to the heat radiation space, the heat radiation efficiency per unit heat radiation area is good and a simple structure can be achieved. That is, radiation by radiation toward the X, Y, and Z three-dimensional directions from the surfaces of the respective heat radiation portions is performed at a certain level or more, and the radiation efficiency by radiation can be remarkably enhanced. Such an effect is particularly great when aluminum or an aluminum alloy having an excellent heat transfer coefficient is used. On the other hand, for example, there is a flat plate-like heat radiation surface portion having a large surface area only on one side of the horizontal flat surface portion A2, such as the rear side of the LED element L, and the other three circumferences (three side sides). If there is only a heat radiating surface portion in the plate thickness direction, there is no great difference from the arrangement of the heat radiating surface portion of the conventional heat sink. That is, the heat Q itself generated by the LED element is quickly conducted radially or concentrically around the LED element. However, the amount of heat released by radiation from the three peripheral directions of the LED element L (horizontal flat surface portion A2) without the flat plate heat radiating surface portion is only the plate thickness width in the plate thickness direction of the horizontal flat surface portion A2, and is small as described above. It is only from the heat radiating surface portion of the surface area.
As a result, compared with the rear side of the LED element L having a flat plate-like heat radiating surface portion having a large plate-like surface area, the amount of heat released by radiation from these three peripheral directions is significantly reduced. As a result, the amount of heat released by radiation cannot be secured above a certain level in any of the three-dimensional directions of X, Y, and Z, and the heat radiation efficiency by radiation cannot be increased.
Next, a manufacturing method of the heat sink having the shape shown in FIG. 1 will be described.
First, pure aluminum plate or aluminum alloy plate having a predetermined thickness is obtained by processing such as rolling, etc. using 1000 series pure aluminum or aluminum alloy such as 1050 defined in AA to JIS standard (in the present invention, these are simply (Referred to as an aluminum plate). The aluminum plate to be manufactured has a length L that is four times the size of the short side of the rectangle A1 (the same applies to A2, B1, and B2) in FIG. 1, and its width W is the size of the long side of the rectangle. The dimension of one side of the C1 (C2 is the same) square is added.
  Next, the first, second, and fourth of the four rectangular rectangles obtained by rolling the L × W dimension, except for the third rectangle from the end, of the four rectangles. For the portions on both sides, the length corresponding to one side of the square of C1 (same for C2) in FIG. 1 is cut and removed. By this cutting process, three rectangles having a short width (long side) corresponding to A1, B1 and B2 in FIG. 1 and a width (total width) obtained by adding one side of C1 and C2 to the width of A2 are long. An aluminum plate consisting of one rectangle is obtained.
  The rectangular portion of the aluminum plate having a short width A1 is bent with respect to the rectangular portion of B1 at a right angle around the boundary line, and the rectangular portion of A2 is bent with respect to the rectangular portion of B1 with the boundary line being A1. B2 is folded at a right angle to the opposite side, and the same rectangular portion of B2 is folded at a right angle to the opposite side of the same rectangular portion of A2 as the center thereof. Thereby, the staircase shape which is a basic shape is completed.
  Finally, the square portions of C1 and C2 located on both sides in the width direction of the rectangular portion of A2 + C1 + C2 having a long width are respectively formed on the surface of B1 with respect to the rectangular portion of A2 around the boundary line with A2. Bend it at a right angle. In this manner, the heat sink of the present invention shown in FIG. 1 can be easily manufactured by adopting relatively simple processing means such as cutting and bending using an aluminum plate as a raw material.
  The method for producing an aluminum plate has been described by taking rolling, but is not limited thereto, and other plastic working methods such as hot extrusion and casting may be used.
  The heat sink of FIG. 1 is an embodiment showing a basic overall shape, and the present invention is not limited to this. For example, although FIG. 1 has a two-step shape, the number of steps may be three or more in order to further increase the projected area onto the heat radiation space. In FIG. 1, the horizontal plane portions A1 and A2 and the vertical front portions B1 and B2 constituting the two-step staircase are all the same length and the same rectangle, but the length and width are changed. Then, different rectangles may be alternately arranged, that is, the stairs (one step) may have different widths, depths, and heights. Furthermore, the staircase may have an irregular shape shifted in the width direction (left and right) by the step.
In FIG. 1, the horizontal plane portion A2 and the vertical front portion B1 are provided with the vertical side portions C1 and C2 on both sides, but the vertical side portions need not be on both sides of the stepped shape. It may be only on one side, and is not limited to one side or both sides of the horizontal plane part A2 and the vertical front part B1, but on one side or both sides of the horizontal plane part A2 and the vertical front part B2 or the horizontal plane part A1 and the vertical front part B1. You may have. Further, the vertical side surface portion may be arranged vertically on both side (or one side) ends of only one of the horizontal plane portion and the vertical front portion, that is, for example, the horizontal plane portion A1 of FIG. Also included are those that vertically protrude above both side ends, and those that vertically protrude in front of both side ends of the vertical front portion B2.
1 are obtained by bending a rectangular aluminum plate made of A2 + C1 + C2 at a right angle in the same direction and integrated with A2, as described above. It is preferable because it can be easily formed by cutting and bending, but separate C1 and C2 plates are prepared in advance and welded in a state where they are arranged vertically at both ends of B1 constituting the stepped body. May be formed.
In FIG. 1, the thickness of the aluminum plate 1 forming A1, B1, A2, and B2 is constant, but the thickness of the mounting portion of the horizontal flat surface portion A2 on which the LED element L is mounted is locally increased. It is effective. FIG. 3 shows this example and is a sectional side view of the LED element L mounting portion of the horizontal plane portion A2.
Here, the thickness of the horizontal flat surface portion A2 excluding the LED element L mounting portion is the same as the other B1, A2, and B2, but for this mounting portion, there is a thick portion P in which the back side of A2 bulges downward. Is formed. In this way, by increasing the thickness of the LED element L mounting portion of the horizontal plane portion A2, a large amount of heat generated in the horizontal plane portion A2 during illumination is quickly conducted to the surrounding thin portion, and the horizontal plane portion A2 Is radiated into the heat radiation space above and below the entire front and back surfaces of the material, and is simultaneously conducted to B1, B2, C1, and C2 adjacent to and continuous with the horizontal flat surface portion A2, and is also radiated from these surfaces. The efficiency can be further improved, and such a shape is easy to manufacture.
If the heat sink of the present invention is made of aluminum (pure aluminum) or an aluminum alloy, the surface emissivity ε remains at a relatively low value. A high value of 65 or more is preferable. For this reason, you may perform the precoat process (coating film) of coating materials, such as black, gray, white, etc. with a high heat dissipation rate, on the surface of the said heat radiating surface part. In order to increase the surface emissivity ε, alumite treatment or the like may be used. This emissivity ε is a ratio with respect to a theoretical value of thermal radiation of an actual object (a thermal radiation of a black body which is an ideal thermal radiator), and actual measurement is disclosed in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2002-234460. The described method may be used, and measurement may be performed by a commercially available portable emissivity measuring apparatus.
The installation state when the LED lighting heat sink described above is applied to an automobile headlight will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 is a perspective view showing a state where the headlight is installed, FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken along the line aa of FIG. 4, FIG. 6 is a sectional view taken along the line bb, and FIG. 7 is a sectional view taken along the line cc. Is.
Here, the heat sink H is formed of an aluminum plate 1 and has a stepped shape (two steps) configured in the order of a vertical front portion B1, a horizontal plane portion A1, a vertical front portion B2, and a horizontal plane portion A2 from the top. Vertical side portions C1, C2 and C3, C4 are provided at both side ends of the horizontal plane portion A1 and the vertical front portion B2, and at both end portions of the horizontal plane portion A2 and the vertical front portion B2. Further, both side end portions of the horizontal flat surface portion A2 have vertical side surface portions C5 and C6 that extend downward (project), and also extend to the rear side at both side end portions of the vertical front surface portion B1 ( It has vertical side surfaces C7, C8 (protruding). Here, the vertical side surface portions C1 and C2 are formed by bending portions extending to both sides of the horizontal flat surface portion A1 downward at a right angle and are flush with the side surface of the housing 2, and C3 has the vertical front surface portion B2 on both sides. The extended portion is disposed in a state where the extended portion is bent at a right angle forward and overlapped outside the side surface of the housing 2. The vertical side surfaces C5 and C6 are obtained by bending a portion obtained by extending the horizontal flat surface portion A2 on both sides downward and at a right angle, and the vertical side surfaces C7 and C8 are formed by extending the vertical front surface portion B1 on both sides backward. It is bent at a right angle.
  L is an LED element serving as a light source mounted on the upper surfaces of the upper and lower horizontal plane parts A1 and A2, and R is a reflector (not shown in FIG. 4) provided on the inner surface side of the upper and lower vertical front parts B1 and B2. OL is an outer lens.
  The heat sink H has a frame-like housing 2 having both sides thereof substantially arc-shaped at the upper end and stepped at the lower end and having a curved opening corresponding to the substantially arc-shaped front portion. The housing is built in a state of being mounted on a stepped heat sink. The vertical side surfaces C5, C6 and C7, C8 of the heat sink integrated with the housing 2 are respectively fixed and supported on a mounting portion (not shown) of the vehicle body. The outer lens OL made of transmissive glass having the same shape is fitted into the curved opening of the housing 2.
  The outer surfaces of the vertical front surface portion B1, the horizontal flat surface portion A1, the vertical front surface portion B2, and the horizontal flat surface portion A2 of the heat sink face the closed space S inside the vehicle body. Further, the inner and outer surfaces of the vertical side surfaces C1, C2, C5, C6 and C7, C8 of the heat sink also face the space S.
  When light is emitted and illuminated by an LED element as a headlight of an automobile under such an installation state, the heat generated with the light emission of the LED element is the outer surface of these A1, A2, B1, and B2 constituting the staircase shape. Heat is radiated by radiation toward the surrounding closed space (heat radiation space) S facing from the inner and outer surfaces of C1 to C8 at both ends. This heat radiation is performed by a heat radiation heat sink having a heat radiation surface having a very large projected area in the three-dimensional directions of the X, Y, and Z axes. Therefore, it can be implemented very effectively.
1: Aluminum plate 2: Housing H: Heat sink for LED lighting L: LED element (light emitting source)
R: Reflector OL: Outer lens A1, A2: Horizontal plane part B1, B2: Vertical front part C1-C8: Vertical side part Q: Heat P: Thick part S: Closed space (heat radiation space)

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  1. A heat sink for LED lighting formed of an aluminum plate, having a step-like heat radiating portion surface in which a horizontal plane portion and a vertical front portion are alternately continuous, and an LED on the surface of the horizontal plane portion and / or the vertical front portion. An element is mounted, and has a vertical side surface perpendicular to one or both ends of the horizontal flat surface portion and / or the vertical front surface portion, and the stepped heat dissipating portion surface and the vertical side surface portion; Comprises a plate-like heat dissipating surface arranged in the shape of each of the three-dimensional directions of X, Y, and Z around the LED element, and the heat dissipating surface of the plate thickness is provided. A heat sink for LED lighting, characterized in that heat is radiated to a space free from air convection only by including these flat heat radiation surfaces .
  2. The heat sink for LED lighting according to claim 1, wherein a thickness of the mounting portion of the LED element in the horizontal plane portion or / and the vertical front portion is partially increased .
  3. The heat sink for LED lighting according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the heat sink is a heat sink for an in-vehicle LED lamp .
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