Structure of Thermosiphon
1. Coolant:The main element of the Thermosyphon is the coolant, which incessantly transfers heat from the source to the outlet.
2. Cylinder water jacket: : This is a cylinder that contains the working fluid or the coolant. When heated, there is the movement of the hot and cold fluid to the top and bottom of the cylinder respectively.
3. Upper tank: : This pools the liquid at the top part of the radiator, enabling its flow down the streamlines.
4. Upper pipe: : This connects the top part of the cylinder to the upper tank, enabling the movement of hotter fluid.
5. Radiator: These are made up of several lines through which the hotter fluid flows and is exposed to the cooling effect of the fan.
6. Fan: The radiator is connected to a fan, which sucks the heat energy off the radiator. Multiple lines are used in the radiator, to increase the surface area exposed to this cooling effect.
7. Lower tank: The cooled liquid is accumulated in the lower tank before it reaches the cylinder.
8. Lower pipe:This pipe connects the lower tank to the cylinder water jacket.