Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp 1090–1096 | Cite as

Closed evaporative cooling of rotating electrical machines

  • M. P. Kukharskii


Elements of a theory for centrifugo-axial heat pipes are described along with a calorimetric device for their experimental investigation. Experimental data presented confirms the fundamental correctness of the initial theoretical hypotheses.


Experimental Data Statistical Physic Experimental Investigation Heat Pipe Electrical Machine 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1976

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