Heat pipe radiator

Heat pipe radiator

CN
  • CN 101,655,329 B
  • Filed: 09/22/2006
  • Issued: 09/04/2013
  • Est. Priority Date: 09/22/2006
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. heat-pipe radiator, described heat-pipe radiator comprises:

  • have endothermic section and the heat pipe of the radiating part that is connected with the bending of described endothermic section and the pedestal that supports described heat pipe, it is characterized in that;

    a side of described pedestal is provided with at least one groove, the endothermic section part of described heat pipe is arranged in the described groove, by pushing the projection of described endothermic section, make the endothermic section of described heat pipe be extruded distortion and therefore be fixed in the described groove, described groove is arranged on the base plane of described pedestal, the endothermic section of described heat pipe has equal with the base plane of described pedestal and as the compressive plane of heat-absorbent surface, described groove has the opening of gradually closing shape, the endothermic section of pushing described heat pipe is from the projection of described opening and the described endothermic section of described heat pipe is fixed in the described groove, described pedestal is the tabular fixed block, described groove is vertically arranged on the side of described fixed block and is laterally extending and cross over described tabular fixed block, described heat pipe is the U-shaped heat pipe, described U-shaped heat pipe comprises two described radiating parts that arrange at interval and is connected in described endothermic section between the adjacent end portion of described two radiating parts, described pedestal integral body is between described two radiating parts, and described heat-pipe radiator further comprises a plurality of fin that are located on described two radiating parts, the first type surface of described fin and the upper surface of described pedestal arrange at interval, and the area of the first type surface of described fin is greater than the area of the upper surface of described pedestal.

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