Development of a high temperature heat pipe heat exchanger by G. Chaffey

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Published by Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg .

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StatementG. Chaffey, J.C. Ralph, C.D. Wade.
ContributionsRalph, J. C., Wade, C. D., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development.
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Open LibraryOL14936484M
ISBN 100119707101

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Low temperature heat pipe heat exchangers have been successfully developed at Harwell and elsewhere that have been shown to be both efficient and easy to fit to existing plant. Choice of operating fluids and constructional materials to bridge the high temperature range between about °C and °C, without resorting to hot side bypass Cited by: 1.

An introduction to operational and design principles, this book offers a review of heat and mass transfer theory relevant to performance, leading into and exploration of the use of heat pipes, particularly in high-heat flux applications and in situations in which there is any combination of non-uniform heat loading, limited airflow over the heat generating components, and space or weight constraints.4/5(1).

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pipes were initially at °C temperature. The heat pipe temperature reaches the water temperature in about 25 seconds, while the copper rod reaches just 30°C after seconds.

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faster than heat transfer due to conduction. Nowadays heat pipes are used in several applications, where one has limited space and the necessity of a high heat flux. Of course it is still in use in space applications, but it is also used in heat transfer systems, cooling of computers, cell phones and cooling of solar collectors.

STEEL researchers are working to develop a 3D-printed heat exchanger for high temperature and high pressure applications. Photo: Gregory Urquiaga, UC Davis Most heat exchangers today are limited in performance and efficiency because their structure limits maximum heat transfer rates—the way in which the thermal energy moves from the hot side.

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As such, heat pipes operate at almost constant temperature. • The phase change heat transfer in heat pipes gives them very high thermal conductance. In fact, the conductivity of heat pipes is about times higher than copper.

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The vapor then travels along the heat pipe to the cold interface and condenses. The operation of a heat pipe is easily understood by using a cylindrical geometry, as shown in Fig. However, heat pipes can be of any size or shape. The components of a heat pipe are a sealed container (pipe wall and end caps), a wick structure, and a small amount of working fluid which is in equilibrium with its own vapor.

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Contents VIII FoulingTendencies 32 Typesand Phases ofFluids 32 Maintenance,Inspection, Cleaning,Repair,and ExtensionAspects 32 OverallEconomy 32 Fabrication Techniques 33 ChoiceofUnitTypefor IntendedApplications 33 RequirementsofHeatExchangers 34 References 34 SuggestedReadings 35 Bibliography 35 Chapter2.

Abstract: Heat transfer performance of heat pipe heat exchanger affected by many factors, such as the opening temperature of the heat pipe, the rate of fluid-filled, the physical nature of liquid refrigerant, the work temperature of tube, angle, tube spacing, tube length, hot and cold fluid flow and wind speed.

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