Cryogenic Loop Heat Pipes for the Cooling of Small Particle Detectors at CERN

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Pereira, H; Haug, F; Silva, P; Wu, J; Koettig, T;
(2010)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1063/1.3422264
  • Subject: Accelerators and Storage Rings
    arxiv: Physics::Instrumentation and Detectors

The loop heat pipe (LHP) is among the most effective heat transfer elements. Its principle is based on a continuous evaporation/condensation process and its passive nature does not require any mechanical devices such as pumps to circulate the cooling agent. Instead a po... View more
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