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I've been reading along, and really like what you're doing and how you're doing it. I may be interested if you ever go into production

On that new design:
Wow that does looks wicked.
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I've been reading along, and really like what you're doing and how you're doing it. I may be interested if you ever go into production

On that new design:
Wow that does looks wicked.
Yeah that design solves a whole host off small issues i have and some, unrelated to the base too.. It should be a great performer BUT it may be to restrictive.. I'll keep at it if it doesn't first succeed. because of it's other benefits, and it should be great once i sort it out....

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Sometime here I plan to make some blocks in a CAD suite I just don't have money to buy one so I'm trying to find a decent opensource one (hard) Anways I love the look of that new block :mwink:.
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post #204 of 680
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This one unfortunately has un-equal length channels meaning un equal flow.. it's basically to un-restrictive










post #205 of 680
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Same thing but with constant with channels .. it leads to less restriction . which is a bad thing in this design.










post #206 of 680
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Another one for my main man .. these ones have a radius on one side to send some water into the cut outs.










post #207 of 680
Excellent stuff as usual.

It is a little tough to compare all your designs quickly. I've got some ideas on ways of presenting the ifnormation more easily to go alongside what you are doing at the moment. Chances are I won't bother though as I want to start on my own designs as soon as I get some spare time.
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Excellent stuff as usual.

It is a little tough to compare all your designs quickly. I've got some ideas on ways of presenting the ifnormation more easily to go alongside what you are doing at the moment. Chances are I won't bother though as I want to start on my own designs as soon as I get some spare time.
yeah i know what you mean about them being hard to keep track of !
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... strange thing i see here... in the first pic, both parallel channels are just as warm... in the second pic, the outter channel is cooler than the inner channel...
even stranger is how the center of the block in the new design is warmer than in the older design.

BTW, regardless of whether or not it works... making a smooth entrance to the cutouts and a sharp exit is freaking brilliant.

also, to what extent do you think dissimilar channel lengths would hurt temps.. especially since in the newer one where you made them similar, you reported lesser performance..
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... strange thing i see here... in the first pic, both parallel channels are just as warm... in the second pic, the outter channel is cooler than the inner channel...
even stranger is how the center of the block in the new design is warmer than in the older design.

BTW, regardless of whether or not it works... making a smooth entrance to the cutouts and a sharp exit is freaking brilliant.

also, to what extent do you think dissimilar channel lengths would hurt temps.. especially since in the newer one where you made them similar, you reported lesser performance..
The dissimilar one . 1/2 it's problem is that it's just so un-restrictive .. one could say dissimilar flow rates would be ok as long as the one with the least flow is around the out side.. this block is the lest restricted one i've made by far and that alown is hurting the temps
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