Heat Pipe Design and Technology: Modern Applications for Practical Thermal Management
This book provides a practical study
of modern heat pipe engineering, discussing how it can be optimized for use on a wider scale. 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. Key implementation challenges are tackled, including load-balancing, materials characteristics, operating temperature ranges, thermal resistance, and operating orientation.
With its presentation of mathematical models to calculate heat transfer limitations and temperature gradient of both high- and low-temperature heat pipes, the book compares calculated results with the available experimental data. It also includes a series of computer programs developed by the author to support presented data, aid design, and predict performance.
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