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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 03)
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Internal flow Patterns of the Horizontal Heat Mode Closed-Loop Oscillating Heat Pipe with Check Valves (HHMCLOHP/CV)

S. Rittidech and S. Sangiamsuk
Corresponding Author:  S. Rittidech 

Key words:  Closed loop oscillating heat pipe, flow patterns, horizontal heat mode, , , ,
Vol. 5 , (03): 865-869
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June 13, 2012 July 09, 2012 January 21, 2013
Abstract:

This research was to study the internal flow patterns on heat transfer rates of the Horizontal Heat Mode Closed Loop Oscillating Heat Pipe with Check Valves (HHMCLOHP/CV). The HHMCLOHP/CV was made from a Pyrex glass capillary tube with a 2.4 mm inside diameter. There were 10 meandering turns with 2 check valves. Ethanol and a silver nano-ethanol mixture were used as working fluid. Experimental results found that if working fluid varies from ethanol to a silver nano-ethanol mixture and the evaporator temperature increases the main flow patterns were Slug flow + Annular flow. The main regime of each flow pattern can be determined from the flow pattern map.
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S. Rittidech and S. Sangiamsuk, 2013. Internal flow Patterns of the Horizontal Heat Mode Closed-Loop Oscillating Heat Pipe with Check Valves (HHMCLOHP/CV).  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(03): 865-869.
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