Thermodynamics HW Solutions 845

Thermodynamics HW Solutions 845 - Chapter 10 Boiling and...

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Chapter 10 Boiling and Condensation Special Topic: Heat Pipes 10-60C A heat pipe is a simple device with no moving parts which can transfer large quantities of heat over fairly large distances essentially at a constant temperature without requiring any power input. A heat pipe is basically a sealed slender tube containing a wick structure lined on the inner surface and a small amount of fluid such as water at the saturated state. It is composed of three sections: the evaporator section at one and where heat is absorbed and the fluid is vaporized, a condenser section at the other end where the vapor is condensed and heat is rejected, and the adiabatic section in between where the vapor and the liquid phases of the fluid flow in opposite directions through the core and the wick, respectively, to complete the cycle with no significant heat transfer between the fluid and the surrounding medium.
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course PHY 4803 taught by Professor Dr.danielarenas during the Fall '10 term at UNF.

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