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The fourth term is for the shear stress at the interface and the sixth term is for the disjoining pressure. The disjoining pressure has Hamaker constant (A0 ) and the liquid height (h) . The liquid height is varying across the cross section. But the liquid height at the apex has been considered since our analysis mainly focuses on the capillary region. The substantial reduction in the liquid pool thickness is in the transition of the capillary and the thin-film regions. The differential form of the steady mass balance for the coolant liquid is given as dðl Al Vl Þ Qv Rm þ ¼0 dx l ð6Þ The differential form of the steady state mass balance for the vapor is given as dðg Ag Vg Þ Qv Rm À ¼0 dx l ð7Þ The energy balance equation for the coolant liquid, after considering sensible heat change in the volume element, is given as l Cpl Vl Al dTl ¼ QWb À Qv Rl dx ð8Þ where Q is the input heat flux taken by the coolant liquid from the substrate.
With an increase in contact angle, the time to reach steady state decreased and the performance factor increased. This was because that with an increase in contact angle, the accumulation of liquid in the groove for heat transfers increased. 44 B. SUMAN With an increase in length of an MHP, the time to reach steady state increased and the performance factor decreased. This was because that with an increase in the length of an MHP the frictional loss increased. With an increase in frictional factor, the time to reach steady state increased and the performance factor decreased.
The steady-state model overpredicted the experimen tally determined heat transport capacity at operating temperatures below 40°C and under predicted it at operating temperatures above 60°C. Anand et al.  conducted experimental investigation to study the onset and propagation of the dry-out point on a chemically machined microgrooved surface on a silicon wafer with pentane as the coolant liquid. A computer-controlled mechanical surface profilometer was used to verify the MICROGROOVED HEAT PIPE 29 apex angles and the dimensions.