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im not gonna bother with a design based on this. I might as well just add more barbs to the block i want to make . Than spend ages on this design, which probably wont be better anyway





Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 8/19/09 at 10:52pm
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Centrally located inputs?
Edit: What was the heatload on these?
Edited by flak-spammer - 8/20/09 at 12:23am
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Centrally located inputs?
Edit: What was the heatload on these?
I've tried 2 inlets it the center and it really didn't help as i got twice the flow but twice the restriction .. so the net result wasn't helpful .. then there is the dead space in the center between the 2 barbs ..

The next one im gonna post didn't achieve much too. Doubling the volume really doesn't have much point to it. i need to increase the velocity so going back to the single inlet and having 2 pumps in series will probably benefit me more BUT's far more boring
Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 8/20/09 at 1:24pm
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I've tried 2 inlets it the center and it really didn't help as i got twice the flow but twice the restriction .. so the net result wasn't helpful .. then there is the dead space in the center between the 2 barbs ..

The next one im gonna post didn't achieve much too. Doubling the volume really doesn't have much point to it. i need to increase the velocity so going back to the single inlet and having 2 pumps in series will probably benefit me more BUT's far more boring
I wonder how thin you can go???

you want volume in the radiator here I guess not in the block (or a tleast that's what I'm concluding)

I'd take a block a had a 3mm gap form 1/2 barb/fitting with out the pin matrix just to flat pieces of copper and a gap.
    
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I wonder how thin you can go???

you want volume in the radiator here I guess not in the block (or a tleast that's what I'm concluding)

I'd take a block a had a 3mm gap form 1/2 barb/fitting with out the pin matrix just to flat pieces of copper and a gap.
I dont really understand this sorry ?
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Me neither o.0
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I was talking about the inlets here

it seemed to me more velocity = better cooling then high volumes inside the block
    
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ok well the above is the best i've gotten so far and this could be improved upon since the pressure is so low. for some reason i thought the pressure of this thing was much higher. So i'll have to take back what i was saying before
Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 8/20/09 at 11:48pm
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