Principles for computing the efficiency of a system with low-temperature heat pipes
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An approach to the computation of the efficiency of a system with heat pipes is discussed. Conditions are analyzed for the axial transport of heat along the wall and framework of a heat pipe. A scheme to compute the thermal resistance of a heat pipe is recommended. Efficiency criteria are formulated.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Thermal Resistance Heat Pipe Efficiency Criterion Axial Transport
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