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An electrically driven impinging liquid jet concept is being proposed and numerically investigated for direct cooling of heated surfaces. The liquid jet flow is generated with the aid of uniquely designed electrodes immersed in a liquid bath and positioned nearby a heated surface. The jet flow is generated based on the electric conduction phenomenon. This numerical study reveals that high impinging jet velocities can be generated with the proposed electrode design, allowing for the effective removal of the heat from the heated surfaces.