A History of Thermosyphon Oil Cooling
A History of Thermosyphon Oil Cooling (1989)-Thermosyphon cooling offers a viable alternative for effectively cooling oil, through the use of the gravity/hydraulic effect of two-phase refrigerant flow through an oil heat exchanger. This would eliminate the need for secondary fluid circulating pumps, maintaining and cleaning of heat exchangers, and would preclude mixing liquid refrigerant (in injection sytems) with lubricating oils during the compression process. This should provide a mechanically simpler and more efficient total work process. Although applicable to all forms of refrigerant compression, it is of particular significance to screw compressors which require large quantities of oil to both lubricate and seal clearances of rotating lobes during compression.
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