An evaluation of liquid and two-phase cooling techniques for use in electrical machinery
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The advantages that can be achieved through the use of advanced techniques for cooling of electric machinery are discussed. A brief literature survey is presented on liquid cooling of rotating machinery, where the liquid is in off-axis rotation. The lack of models to adequately predict pressure drop and heat -transfer performance in this situation has been noted.
NPS Report NumberNPS-69-84-013
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