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Heat Pipe Design And Technology: A Practical Approach

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    Author(s)Bahman Zohuri
    PublisherTaylor & Francis
    ISBN9781439845233
    Pages500
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearApril 2011

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    Taylor & Francis Heat Pipe Design And Technology: A Practical Approach by Bahman Zohuri

    With its unique ability to transfer heat over large distances with minimal loss, the heat pipe has emerged as a proven environmentally friendly, energy-saving solution for passive thermal control. However, until recently, the high cost and complex construction use of these marvelous mechanisms has generally limited their use to space technology. Written by a former senior chief scientist at Lockheed who has also worked for Westinghouse and the U.S Air Force, Heat Pipe Design and Technology: A Practical Approach provides a practical study of modern heat pipe engineering in nuclear and solar energy applications, discussing how it can be optimized and made more cost-effective for use on a wider scale. An introduction to operational and design principles, this book explores 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. It also discusses design and application of self-controlled, variable-conductance