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Old   September 13, 2013, 04:05
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Hi dears...
I want to see the effect of heat pipe cooling on a system. but I don;t want to model iner heat pipe. I've read in some articles that they used an equivalent thermal conductivity for that. I want to do my work with fluent software and I need someone's help. Does anybody here work on heat pipes?

please help me.
I would appreciate it.
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