Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Composite Wick Heat Pipes using Ethanol

  • Bhadra* P
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Warmth pipes come convenient now-a-days as they work with most noteworthy warmth conductance contrasted with some other method of warmth move and accessible over wide scope parameters. In the present investigation de-ionized water stream in plain thermo siphon, Sintered Copper wick and Helical scored heat pipes with synchronous vanishing, adiabatic and buildup wonder are contemplated utilizing Heat pipe test gear. In this hardware warmth pipe exposed to foreordain heat load an obstruction radiator at its evaporator end water coat with controlled progression water is utilized disperse warmth vitality at condenser end. Every one temperatures are estimated necessary computations are done get rate efficiencies at different stream rates warmth inputs. The exhibition warmth funnels correlation between their efficiencies is done. The sintered copper wick structure pipe have been found capable when stood out from other two with heat inputs beginning from 50 to 800 watts evaporator 30, condenser 72, adiabatic 110, flate heat pipe width 7.6mm, thickness 3.4 mm, first dia 6mm warmth pipe holder thickness in 0.5mm working liquid ethanol wick in view prevailing Capillarity property. The varieties of evaporator and condenser surface temperatures are plotted for changing warmth information sources and stream rate changes at condenser water coat. ANSYS programming is utilized for computational investigation and exploratory outcomes are in great concurrence with the examination.




Bhadra*, P., & Nookaraju, B. Ch. (2020). Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Composite Wick Heat Pipes using Ethanol. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(3), 2360–2363. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.c8882.019320

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