By Thomas F. Irvine, James P. Hartnett, Young I. Cho, George A. Greene
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Ks Acs TR @TsÃ at the hot end: (X* = 0), Qheater ¼ À j Ã , 8t*. L @X Ã X ¼ 0 Initial conditions: at t* = 0, TsÃ ¼ Tcon =TR , VlÃ ¼ 0, PlÃ ¼ RÃ ¼ PR , 8X*. ðPvo À PR PlÃ Þ Pvo gLð1 À X Ã ÞsinðÞ À1À l , PR PR b. Results and Discussion. To present the transient analysis of a V-shaped MHP, the same system that is used for the steady state has been taken. 38 B. 9 1 X* FIG. 13. Temperature profiles of the substrate as a function of dimensionless axial position at different times. Temperature profiles of the substrate as a function of dimensionless axial position at different times are presented in Fig.
The transient behavior for various parameters of substrate tem perature, radius of curvature, and liquid velocity were studied. The effects of the groove dimensions, heat input, and Q profiles on the studied parameters were evaluated. The steady-state profiles for substrate temperature, radius of curvature, and liquid velocity were also generated. The model-predicted steady-state substrate temperature profile was successfully compared with the experimental results from the previous study by Anand et al.
However, the nitride membrane was not trans parent enough to allow clear observation of two-phase flow patterns in the MHPs. Therefore, a glass wafer was selected as an alternative cover to facilitate good visualizations of the evolving flow patterns inside the pipes. Weichold et al.  proposed another fabrication technique which utilized a dual source vapor deposition process. A series of square or rectangular grooves were either machined or etched in a silicon wafer. The grooves were closed using a dual E-Beam vapor deposition process to create an array of long and narrow channels of triangular cross sections and open on both the ends.
Advances in Heat Transfer by Thomas F. Irvine, James P. Hartnett, Young I. Cho, George A. Greene