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Record #117942:

The effect of orientation on the cranked, tubular thermosyphon / G.S.H. Lock, Jialin Fu.

Title: The effect of orientation on the cranked, tubular thermosyphon / G.S.H. Lock, Jialin Fu.
Author(s): Lock, G. S. H.
Fu, Jialin.
Date: 1992.
Publisher: New York: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
In: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - 1992. Presented ... Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 7-12, 1992. Vol. 4 - Arctic/polar technology. (1992.),
Abstract: Thermosyphons can be used to maintain soil in frozen condition or to create underwater ice blockage in northern rivers. Experiments undertaken on water-filled small-bore rig reveal effect of inclining heated and cooled sections relative to vertical, while adiabatic offset tube joining them is held horizontal. In addition, effect of rotating horizontally aligned heat and cooled sections about their own axis is also studied. Results show similarities between this system and linear thermosyphon, and indicate that horizontal alignments produce higher heat transfer rates.
Notes:

In: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - 1992. Presented ... Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 7-12, 1992. Vol. 4 - Arctic/polar technology / Olufemi A. Ayorinde, Nirmal K. Sinha, Devinder S. Sodhi, Wilfrid A. Nixon, eds.

Keywords: 62 -- Engineering and technology.
621.577 -- Heat pumps.
624.139.62 -- Permafrost control.
E12 -- Glaciology: frozen ground / snow and ice engineering.
SPRI record no.: 117942

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