Heat Pipe Science And Technology
Presents basic and advanced techniques in the analytical and numerical modeling of various heat pipe systems under a variety of operating conditions and limitations. It describes the variety of complex and coupled processes of heat and mass transfer in heat pipes. The book consists of fourteen chapters, two appendices, and over 400 illustrations, along with numerous references and a wide variety of technical data on heat pipes.
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