Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Recent Advances in Heat Pipes

Edited by Wael I.A. Aly

Helwan University

Heat pipes are considered as an effective thermal solution, particularly in high heat flux applications and in situations where there is a combination of nonuniform heat loading, limited airflow over the heat-generating components, and space or weight constraints. This book is intended to explore some of the recent advances in heat pipes and their applications in thermal systems. The first chapter is an introductory chapter about the recent advances in heat pipes in general. The second chapter is about thermosyphon heat pipe technology; working principles, advantages, and disadvantages; application ranges; and using computational fluid dynamics in modeling thermosyphons. The third chapter is about recent research into loop heat pipes (LHPs). The last chapter presents a novel liquid-vapor separator-incorporated gravitational LHP.

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Recent Advances in Heat PipesEdited by Wael I.A. Aly

Published: September 18th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.75280

ISBN: 978-1-83962-208-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-209-0

Copyright year: 2019

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1. Introductory Chapter: Recent Advances in Heat Pipes

By Wael I.A. Aly

23

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2. Thermosyphon Heat Pipe Technology

By Bala Abdullahi, Raya K. Al-dadah and Sa’ad Mahmoud

82

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3. The Recent Research of Loop Heat Pipe

By Chunsheng Guo

158

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4. Study of a Novel Liquid-Vapour Separator-Incorporated Gravitational Loop Heat Pipe

By Xudong Zhao, Chuangbin Weng, Xingxing Zhang, Zhangyuan Wang and Xinru Wang

106

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