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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



A Novel Solution For Multiplexer As A Micro Heat Pipe

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AUTHOR(S)

Sukrut M Sompura

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Micro heat pipe, multiplexer, working fluid, Sensor

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: Abstract- Micro heat pipe was used to reduce the heat level in computers and laptops. There is no need any pumping system to reduce the temperature from sunk to sink. It can be used as an isolate component in a multiplexer. It is made from a number of cavity and bracket to support the structure. This multiplexer used to pass the radio frequency. We have found its use in multiplexer for space application. Multiplexer is widely used in satellite and there is temperature reduce and increasing to the face of satellite at sun and at moon respectively. So, a major problem to reduce the stress concentration by the use of different techniques. I have adopted here micro heat pipe as a solution to reduce the temperature gradient. I have used with different orientation angle and different working fluid like Methanol, Water, Acetoneand tilting angle O° , 45° and 90°.

 

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