National Thermal Engineer Day

National Thermal Engineer Day

National Thermal Engineer Day is observed every year on 24 July to appreciate the contribution of thermal engineers in everyday life. With summer temperatures rising everywhere, it seems only fitting time that we recognize all who are part of a profession that studies energy applications.

Thermal engineering encompasses a wide range of applications, including food and beverage, chemical processing, oil and gas, and energy and power. The end goal for a thermal engineer is to deliver solutions to energy problems.

What thermal engineers do?

Thermal engineers contribute to the core technology development of the country. Thermal engineering is a part of mechanical engineering in which heat energy is used. This engineering is used in air conditioners and refrigerators used in homes and vehicles. Through thermal engineering, engineers can convert heat energy into other energy apart from using heat in different mediums.

Thermal engineering is actually the process of keeping objects hot or cold in a closed or open environment, and thermal engineers design various types of machines to convert heat energy into chemical, mechanical or electrical energy, through which they control heat.

The electricity used in our homes or offices is made from this thermal energy and thermal power stations do the work of making this electricity, in which heat energy is converted into electricity and for this steam turbines are used. Water is heated to a high temperature to produce steam, for which coal, solar heat, nuclear heat, waste, and biofuels are used in appropriate quantities.

Steam-powered turbines are still used to generate electricity in many countries, but in view of the environmental hazards, now gradually other sources of renewable energy such as solar energy and wind power are given importance to generate electricity. has begun to leave.


National Thermal Engineer Day was founded by Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) in July 2014 to acknowledge the innovation and dedication of thermal engineers. From Air conditioning systems to Aerospace components, Thermal engineers make it all possible. 24 July has been recorded as one of the hottest days of the year in the northern hemisphere hence this day was chosen by ATS to observe the National Thermal Engineer Day.

Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) has been in business for over 25 years as a leading-edge engineering/manufacturing company focused on the thermal management of electronics. Founded in 1989 as a consulting company, ATS has evolved to a complete thermal solutions provider and is world-renowned for its portfolio of more than 5,000 high- and ultra-performance heat sinks, liquid cooling solutions, research-quality tests equipment, and leading-edge R&D.

ATS is committed to providing the electronics industry with innovative, high-quality, and cost-effective thermal management and packaging solutions.

Some of the areas thermal engineers can work:

  • Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning systems
  • Renewable energy systems
  • Military and defense equipment
  • Electronics and electrical components and systems
  • Aerospace components
  • Boiler, heat exchanger, and pump design

How to celebrate

Let’s utilize this opportunity to feel grateful towards those thermal engineers who have been contributing day in and out to surround us with all possible comforts. You can celebrate the National Thermal Engineer Day by:

  • Buying a thermal engineer an ice-cold drink.

  • Show your gratitude by thanking them for their work in society.

  • If you’re interested & planning to opt for a career in Thermal Engineer, learn more about thermal engineering.

  • Use the #ThermalEngineerDay hashtag on social media to encourage others to join in paying it forward.

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