Capillary-porous structures for heat pipes on the basis of biporous nanostructured ceramics

Application: thermal stabilization of devices in the power semiconductor devices, electrical ma­chines, instrumentation modules of radio-electronic equipment for various purposes.

Advantages: increased evaporation coefficient, low thermal resistance.

Key features: transport pores with an average size of 22 microns, providing the value of the perme­ability coefficient (18.5–21.4) × 10–13 m2 and nanoporous structure (the average size of the nanopores of 4.7 nm) with specific surface area of 120 m2/g.

Developed: Engineering-Pedagogical faculty of BNTU, Prof. Dr. Petyushik E.E., D.Sc. (Doct. Techn. Sci.), Dr. Afanasyeva N.A., PhD (Cand. Techn. Sci.).

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