A Purdue team has suggested using Flow-Boiling Subcooling Technology in the rapid charging wires for electric vehicles.

Since liquid-cooled electric vehicle charging cables already exist, NASA claims that this design is not entirely novel. However, these cables have some limitations.

That was accepted by the lab creating the technology, which noted improvements in car charging systems.

and related technologies would need to be developed in order for electric vehicles to take advantage of the possibilities of liquid-cooled charging cables.

As a result, Tesla is probably the first to use liquid-cooled cables to enable faster, more rapid charging.

The innovative innovation cools a charging cord using alternative technology.

It enables it to control the kind of current required to recharge an electric vehicle (EV) in less than five minutes.

With the aid of this revolutionary technology, the charging wire is pumped with a liquid coolant that is dielectric (not electrically conducting).

where it collects the heat produced by the current-carrying conductors.

According to Mudawar's observations and those of the students with whom Mudawar collaborated

Large amounts of heat can be removed from the liquid-to-vapor coolant very effectively,

allowing for significantly faster charging of electric cars—less than five minutes.

Rapid liquid-cooled chargers not only have wires that are simpler to handle, but they also make it feasible for drivers to start their cars quickly and head out the door.