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|Title: ||Analysis of loop heat pipe performance under varying wick load.|
|Authors: ||Reis, A. H.|
Miguel, A. F.
|Keywords: ||loop heat pipe performance|
|Issue Date: ||2004|
|Publisher: ||ASME - ZSIS|
|Citation: ||A. H. Reis, A. F. Miguel, M. Aydin (2004) Analysis of loop heat pipe performance under varying wick load. Proceedings of the ASME - ZSIS International Thermal Science Seminar II (editor: Bergles A. E.), Bled, Slovenia, 705-710|
|Abstract: ||Loop heat pipes (LHP) are heat transfer devices used to enhance cooling of small spaces and basically consist of sealed
tubes connecting a heat source, the evaporator, whose major part is a porous wick, with a condenser that operates as
heat sink. In this paper we analyse the effect of curvature of the liquid vapor interface upon the vapor pressure within
|Appears in Collections:||FIS - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
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