sintered copper

sintered copper

[′sin·tərd ′käp·ər]
(metallurgy)
Copper prepared by heating a compressed powder of the metal to form a solid mass.
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The paper "Effect of Subcooling on Pool Boiling of Water from Sintered Copper Microporous Coating at Different Orientations" presents experimental results of a subcooling effect on pool boiling heat transfer using a copper microporous coating water a comparison with those of a plain surface.
Each heat pipe has a copper tube and sintered copper wick structure, and contains distilled water as its working fluid.
Evaporator Total length (mm) 130 Active length (mm) 86 Outer/inner diameter (mm) 28/26 Material Copper Saddle Size (length/height/width) 118/89/40 Material Alumina Sintered copper powder Number of vapor grooves 6 Porosity (%) 52-55 Outer/inner diameter (mm) 26/8 Sintered nickel powder Number of vapor grooves 6 Porosity (%) 67-70 Outer/inner diameter (mm) 26/8 Compensation chamber Outer/inner diameter (mm) 35/33 Length (mm) 110 Charge mass Distilled water 60% Vapor line Length (mm) 670 Outer/inner diameter (mm) 6/4 Liquid line Length (mm) 820 Outer/inner diameter (mm) 6/4 Condenser Length (mm) 420 Outer/inner diameter (mm) 6/4
Roy, "Improved mechanical properties and microstructural development of microwave sintered copper and nickel steel PM parts," Powder Metallurgy, Vol.
The sintered copper catalyst can be regenerated by pulses of air.
Kim, "Effect of heater orientation on pool boiling heat transfer from sintered copper microporous coating in saturated water," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.