Influence of Working Fluids on Startup Mechanism and Thermal Performance of a Closed Loop Pulsating Heat Pipe- A Review
Vishal R. Panchal, Pramod R. Pachghare
Closed loop Pulsating heat pipe, startup mechanism, thermal performance, working fluids
In recent years, due to the fast development of integrated circuit chips and semiconductors, novel electronic cooling devices have to be developed. As a new heat transfer device, pulsating heat pipe (PHP) has been considered have a bright prospect due to its obvious advantages-simple structure, low cost and excellent heat transfer capability. A number of experimental and theoretical researches have been conducted on PHP in the past decades since it was proposed by Akachi in 1990. PHP has wide range of applications in modern electronics systems due to its capability of dissipating high heat flux. Actually, the operational mechanism of PHP is extremely complex and has not been completely revealed so far. This paper attempts to review the development of PHP on the basis of systematic summary of the latest results of both experimental and theoretical studies. This paper is expected to provide basic reference for future researches
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Unique Paper ID: 146892

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2

Page(s): 354 - 360
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