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by G. S. H. Lock

eBook The Tubular Thermosyphon: Variations on a Theme (Oxford Engineering Science Series) download ISBN: 0198562470
Author: G. S. H. Lock
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 6, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 342
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The Tubular Thermosyphon book. This book deals with each of these variations thoroughly and systematically. Hardcover, 342 pages.

The Tubular Thermosyphon book. Emphasis is placed on the physical principles underlying thermal behavior under single-phase or evaporative conditions, whether the tube is stationary or rotating and whether it is straight or bent. Consideration is also given to other devices having a similar purpose.

The Tubular Thermosyphon: Variations on a Theme. Oxford University Press, 1992. 326 pp. £45. J. H. Whitelaw. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 April 2006. Export citation Request permission.

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The Tubular Thermosyphon. Variations on a Theme. Oxford Engineering Science Series. The Tubular Thermosyphon. The tubular thermosyphon is a very simple idea for transferring heat. Fluid inside a tube is circulated by buoyancy forces and thus carries thermal energy from the hot end to the cold end with great efficiency. The device has many uses: freezing ground, cooling equipment and machinery, waste heat recovery, and energy conservation.

A cryogenic system based on a two-phase closed tubular thermosyphon with 12 mm diameter copper tube is developed. Lock G S H1992 The Tubular Thermosyphon: Variation on a theme (Oxford: Oxford University. It was used for thermal stabilization of the liquid xenon emission detector RED-100. The nitrogen refrigerant cooled down with a free-boiling liquid nitrogen bath has been used.

Overall, the book provides insight for graduate students in engineering.

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The system is based on thermosyphons (closed two-phase tubular heat pipes) that are filled with nitrogen and use free-boiling liquid . Variation on a Theme, Oxford: Oxford Univ.

The system is based on thermosyphons (closed two-phase tubular heat pipes) that are filled with nitrogen and use free-boiling liquid nitrogen pool as a cooling machine. The system is capable of condensing 180-kg liquid xenon sample for 24 h and maintaining the temperature of a titanium cryostat in the range of 160–190 K with a precision about . K. Keywords. 10. Bolozdynya, . Bradley, . Bryan, . Clark, . Dahl, . Kwong, . Mock, . Phelps, . Shutt, . and Usowicz, . IEEE Trans.

The thermosyphon consists of a . cm inside diameter, 5m long copper tube coated with a few layers of the high-vacuum superinsulation and enclosed into a vacuum jacket. Variation on a Theme. A free-boiling liquid nitrogen pool has been used as a cooling machine. Heat transfer characteristics of a two-phase closed thermosyphon to the fill charge ratio. Experimental investigation of the heat transfer characteristics of a helium cryogenic thermosyphon. Zhang, P. Heat transfer characteristics of thermosyphon with N2–Ar binary mixture working fluid.

Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10, is a work for string orchestra by Benjamin Britten. It was written in 1937 at the request of Boyd Neel, who conducted his orchestra at the premiere of the work at that year's Salzburg Festival

Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. It was written in 1937 at the request of Boyd Neel, who conducted his orchestra at the premiere of the work at that year's Salzburg Festival. It was the work that brought Britten to international attention. Benjamin Britten studied with Frank Bridge from 1927.

The tubular thermosyphon is a very simple idea for transferring heat. Fluid inside a tube is circulated by buoyancy forces and thus carries thermal energy from the hot end to the cold end with great efficiency. The device has many uses, from cooling equipment and machinery to recovering waste heat recovery and conserving energy. However the actual operating details of the thermosyphon are more complex and change dramatically with the circumstances. The length and diameter of the tube, the nature and state of the fluid, the strength and variation of the body force field all influence the internal circulation pattern and thus create different operating characteristics. This book deals with each of these variations thoroughly and systematically. Emphasis is placed on the physical principles underlying thermal behavior under single-phase or evaporative conditions, whether the tube is stationary or rotating and whether it is straight or bent. Consideration is also given to other devices having a similar purpose. This study will be of special interest to mechanical, chemical, electrical and geotechnical engineers, and graduate students concerned with thermosyphon technology.