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You can have a heatpipe without a wick. However, it will only work in certain orientations.

The liquid does not evaporate in a thermosiphon, but it does in a heatpipe, even a wickless one.
Actually, you're right. A wickless heatpipe just has to be vertically oriented to work.

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A hollow tube with working fluid is a thermosiphon. You need to use one of the methods for wicking for a heatpipe.

You need to figure out the best wicking method, working fluid, and pressure for your particular thermal range, load, and heatpipe size.

Here is a great article: http://www.cheresources.com/htpipes.shtml
that is the article that gave me the idea.
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that is the article that gave me the idea.
Ok... so what else is there? There is experimentation and math. It is doubtful that you'll find anything more specific on heatpipe design.
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lol, "sciency"
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yes i talked to myz physics teacher he says he will help me and says mecury would work well to. what i mean by sceincy is that lot o people here be smart and stuff like that not me i am here cause i am naughty.
my sceince teacher was talkin about like this sinterted powder and i asked if he had any he said he can try and find some.
to all you disbeleiver i WILL DO IT
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i think this will work what yo u ya'll think?
http://www.spaceflight.esa.int/users...ams/intro.html
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exploding is fun.
i think my school has the technology to do this.
a 30lb cooler is my goal so then i can like cool 2 cpu's at once and a gpu all on one heat sink that would be so cool and then you could beat intuders to death your heat sink
What you need to do is make it so big it acts as a case, and mount it to the NB and SB as well, then just stick the biggest fan you can find on it
    
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yes i talked to myz physics teacher he says he will help me and says mecury would work well to. what i mean by sceincy is that lot o people here be smart and stuff like that not me i am here cause i am naughty.
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I highly recommend you do not use mercury. It is deadly... especially in gaseous form. Also, what is the design requirements? Do you have a 250-650C load the needs cooling?


Sintered powder is something you just throw in pipe. It has to be applied to the interior of the pipe and heated very high temperatures.

From the look of things, I believe that you need to stop. Do your reading, think, research, think, then build.
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I highly recommend you do not use mercury. It is deadly... especially in gaseous form. Also, what is the design requirements? Do you have a 250-650C load the needs cooling?


Sintered powder is something you just throw in pipe. It has to be applied to the interior of the pipe and heated very high temperatures.

From the look of things, I believe that you need to stop. Do your reading, think, research, think, then build.
would that mean all the pecies but togethr like nb sb 2 cpus and graphics card


all oc'd
maybe i would have it set up like this 2 pipes for nb and sb 4 for the graphics card 6-8 for each cpu.
before i get ahead of myself i am gonna try and build one. I am going to build a large one firt jsut to try out some designs and try it on my bur barrel at home. (gonna bring supplies up to house during spring break!!)
could'nt you just roll up a flat peice of copper after you apply the insides.
do i make sense or not?

would grooves down the side and a kind domeish top that would let the liquid go back down to the grooves on the side?? i think i read this in article i am working on some designs i will post them when i am done
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would that mean all the pecies but togethr like nb sb 2 cpus and graphics card
all oc'd
maybe i would have it set up like this 2 pipes for nb and sb 4 for the graphics card 6-8 for each cpu.
before i get ahead of myself i am gonna try and build one. I am going to build a large one firt jsut to try out some designs and try it on my bur barrel at home. (gonna bring supplies up to house during spring break!!)
could'nt you just roll up a flat peice of copper after you apply the insides.
do i make sense or not?
You would need to seal it off. Many things like that are fairly easy if you have a machine to make them. trying to do it by hand would be very difficult unless you have a lot of experience in metallurgy. Having drive is good, but I honestly don't think you realize how much time, effort and money this will cost you. Not to mention the fried PC parts from testing.
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