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Heat pipes

construction and application : a study of patents and patent applications

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Published by Elsevier Applied Science, Sole distributor in the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat pipes.,
  • Heat pipes -- Patents.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Marten Terpstra and Johan G. van Veen.
    SeriesEUR ;, 10925 EN, EUR (Series) ;, 10925 EN.
    ContributionsTerpstra, Marten., Veen, Johan G. van., Commission of the European Communities. Technological Information and Patents Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ264 .H43 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 383 p. :
    Number of Pages383
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2386566M
    ISBN 101851660984
    LC Control Number87015570

    Using Heat Pipes to Improve Dehumidification. Heat pipes may be described as having two sections: Precool and Reheat. The first section is located in the incoming air stream. When warm air passes over the heat pipes, the refrigerant vaporizes, carrying heat to the second section of heat pipes placed downstream. Heat pipes are an extremely effective method of reducing hot spot temperatures and increasing allowable power in a system by moving heat to an external sink or spreading heat along a surface. ACT's expertise with Heat Pipe technology can find a thermal solution for your industry. Visit us for more information.

    A heat exchanger is a heat transfer device that exchanges heat between two or more process fluids. Heat exchangers have widespread industrial and domestic applications.   Heat pipes can dramatically improve the moisture removal capabilities of many air‐conditioning systems. Indoor air quality is improved by using heat pipes in the air‐conditioning system, creating a situation of enhanced comfort, greater health, elimination of mold and mildew, and reduction of building deterioration.

      Overall, Heat Pipes – Theory, Design and Applications is an excellent book that covers the subject in great depth for the benefit of heat pipe designers and users. Heat pipes are remarkably versatile devices, capable of being manufactured at the very small scale (such as for cooling electronic devices) and on a much larger scale (such as for. Consequently, heat pipes can be a viable and promising solution for this challenge. In this chapter, a CPU thermal design power (TDP), cooling methods of electronic equipments, heat pipe theory and operation, heat pipes components, such as the wall material, the wick structure, and the working fluid, are : Mohamed H.A. Elnaggar, Ezzaldeen Edwan.


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It doesn't cover newer heat pipe variations, such as Pressure Controlled Heat Pipes and Variable Conductance Heat Pipes, or Loop Heat Pipes (LHPs).3/5(2).

Heat Pipes, 6th Edition, takes a highly practical approach to the design and selection of heat pipes, making it an essential guide for practicing engineers and an ideal text for postgraduate students.

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Heat pipes rely on a temperature difference between the ends of the pipe, and cannot lower temperatures at either end below the ambient temperature (hence they tend to equalize the temperature within the pipe). same as round heat pipes. Figure 7 shows a flat pipe design, they can be used as heat spreaders.

When the heat source is much smaller than the heat sink base, a flat heat pipe can be embedded in the base of the heat sink, or it can be attached to the base to spread the heat more uniformly on the base of the heat sink.

Figure 8 shows. Purchase Heat Pipes - 5th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 5. Publisher Summary. This chapter is designed to review the manufacturing and testing procedures used for developing heat pipes.

The manufacture of conventional capillary driven heat pipes involves myriad simple operations, particularly when the unit is designed for operation at temperatures of the order of, say °C.

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This book is intended to explore some of the recent advances in heat pipes and their applications in Author: Wael I. Aly. heat pipes. Several million heat pipes per month are now being manufactured since all modern laptop computers use heat pipe technology to transfer heat away from the processor.

Furthermore, research and development for new heat pipes such as loop heat pipes, micro and miniature heat pipes, and pulsating heat pipes, has matured. of heat pipes, and to serve as a stimulus for further experimentation, applications, and improvement of the theory. General heat pipe structure The advantages of heat pipes are best realized when they are long and thin, that is, take the form of long cylinders or extended thin planar structures.

For definiteness the discussion here willCited by: Heat Pipes - Hardware • M t l (l i) t b ith th i fMetal (aluminum) tube with grooves on the inner surface – cold t ild extrusion • Grooves are filled with the working fluid (water, ammonia, propylene, etc.) • Flanges can be added on the outer surface for easy integration with instruments or radiators (The flange is an integral part of the extrusion).

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The operating principles of heat pipes (HP) are expounded, along with a discussion of different types of HP, and the underlying theory, design, and fabrication of HP. Working fluids, wick configurations, reservoirs, and pipe materials are dealt with, and cleaning, assembly, evacuation, charging, and closure of HP are covered.

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Heat pipes are used in a wide range of applications, including electronics cooling, die-casting and injection moulding, heat recovery and energy conservation, de-icing and manufacturing process temperature control, and in domestic appliances.

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