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By Thomas F. Irvine, James P. Hartnett, Young I. Cho, George A. Greene

ISBN-10: 0123814243

ISBN-13: 9780123814241

Advances in warmth move fills the data hole among frequently scheduled journals and university-level textbooks by means of delivering in-depth evaluation articles over a broader scope than in journals or texts. The articles, which function a wide assessment for specialists within the box, can also be of serious curiosity to non-specialists who have to preserve updated with the result of the most recent research. This serial is crucial analyzing for all mechanical, chemical and commercial engineers operating within the box of warmth move, graduate faculties or industry.Provides an summary of overview articles on themes of present interestBridges the distance among educational researchers and practitioners in industryA long-running and prestigious sequence

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EFFECT OF SURFACE TENSION GRADIENT ON A MICRO HEAT PIPE Suman [134] studied the effect of surface tension gradient on the perfor­ mance of an MHP. The force due to a surface tension gradient was con­ sidered in the momentum balance equation. The analytical expressions for the radius of curvature, liquid pressure, liquid velocity, and critical heat input were obtained. The favorable and the unfavorable effects of the surface tension gradient were shown on the critical heat input, liquid pressure, and radius of curvature.

This was due to slugging occurring in the condenser region of the triangular heat pipes. Sato et al. [103] fabricated and tested the characteristic of an MHP (3 mm outside diameter) with 26 or 40 grooves (Cu and water). The heat-transfer coefficient of higher than 10,000 W mÀ2 KÀ1, has been achieved, which can be used in electronic equipments. Babin et al. [17] conducted an experimental investigation of several indi­ vidual MHPs having approximately 1 mm of diameter. The purpose was to determine the accuracy of the previously described steady-state models, to verify the MHP concept and to determine the maximum heat transport capacity.

The favorable and the unfavorable effects of the surface tension gradient were shown on the critical heat input, liquid pressure, and radius of curvature. The effect of the surface tension gradient was shown to be increased with an increase in the number of sides of a polygonal heat pipe. For the limiting case, the ratio of the surface tension at the hot and the cold 48 B. SUMAN end was obtained when the opposing surface tension gradient flow stopped the fluid flow due to the capillary pumping.

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