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標題: 不同的截面積和加熱位置對熱管性能之影響
The effects of different cross section area and heating position on the performance of heat pipe
作者: 謝明宏
Hsieh, Ming-Horng
關鍵字: Heat Pipe;導熱管
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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In the beginning of this study, I used the same production process parameters to produce two kinds of sintered heat pipes: one is of 6mm in diameter and 187mm in length and the other is of 6mm in diameter and 300mm in length. Then, through theoretical and experimental methods, I examined these two sintered heat pipes'maximum amount of heat transfer under standard testes after they were mechanically
processed in three ways: flattened, bent, and bent with flattened. The results showed that the maximum amount of heat transfer would increase with the reduction of effective length and increase of cross section area as well as the reduction of mechanical processing.
In view of the results, I examined how the maximum amount of heat transfer would be affected by different installation by means of heating the middle part and cooling the two ends of pipes. The results showed that the maximum heat transfer capacity will increase by 2.75~3 times when the middle part of the pipes was heated.
There are two explanations for such a phenomenon. Firstly, when the middle part of the pipe is heated, the effective length is equally divided into two and therefore fluid
can quickly go back to the evaporation points. Secondly, heating the middle part of heat pipe can be regarded as heating source which is installed with two shorter heat pipe to output heat. Therefore, the heat pipes' thermal evaporation is superior to standardized thermal evaporation when they are heated in the middle part and cooled at the two ends.
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