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    Title: 逆熱虹吸迴路之熱傳與壓降研究
    Other Titles: Heat transfer and pressure drop in a reverse thermosyphon loop
    Authors: 林碩彥;Lin, Shuo-Yen
    Contributors: 淡江大學機械與機電工程學系碩士班
    Keywords: 逆流熱虹吸迴路;自主向下熱傳;熱傳迴路;壓力降;Reverse thermosyphon loop;Autonomous downward heat transfer;heat transfer;Pressure Drop
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 15:04:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 逆流熱虹吸迴路發展的目的,是為了解決目前工業用熱虹吸式熱管礙於流體受熱膨脹向上流動,被迫只能配合傳統虹吸傳熱模式開發或外加機械泵迴路解決只能大量向上熱傳的瓶頸。透過蒸汽壓與重力的特殊設計,可達成自主向下循環並大量傳熱的目的,有著不須外部供電,簡單的結構和限制單方向熱流的特點。
    The conventional thermosyphon in a closed system, also referred as a “bottom-heat-type” thermosyphon, depends on the natural upward movement of vapor steam, hot fluid and the downward movement of cold liquids. Nevertheless, the reverse thermosyphon loop (RTL) could not only transfer heat from a heat source near the top to a heat sink at the bottom but also transfer heat from bottom to top as a conventional thermosyphon. The self-acting downward heat transfer devices are very useful for solar heating system, ground source heat pump (GSHP), and waste heat recovery.
    The experiment is expected to explore the issue of different input power, tilt angle and change the downward heat transfer pipe diameters. Discussion the heat transfer and pressure drop of the reverse thermosyphon loop.
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