3.Chi, S. W., Heat Pipe Theory and Practice – A Sourcebook, Hemisphere Publishing Corp., Washington, D. C., pp. 33–86 (1976).
4.Peterson, G. P., Heat Pipes – Modeling, Testing, and Applications, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, N.Y., pp. 44–99 (1994).
5.Peterson, G. P. and Ha, J. M., “Capillary Performance of Evaporating Flow in Micro Grooves: An Approximate Analytical Approach and Experimental Investigation,” Journal of Heat Transfer, 120, pp. 743–751 (1998).
6.Ha, J. M. and Peterson, G. P., “Capillary Performance of Evaporating Flow in Micro Grooves: An Analytical Approach for Very Small Tilt Angles,” Journal of Heat Transfer, 120, pp. 452–457 (1998)
7.Ha, J. M. and Peterson, G. P., “The Heat Transport Capacity of Micro Heat Pipes,” Journal of Heat Transfer, 120, pp. 1064–1071 (1998)
8.Cao, Y., Gao, M., Beam, J. E. and Donovan, B., “Experiments and Analyses of Flat Miniature Heat Pipes,” Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC 96), Washington, DC, USA (1996).
9.Hsieh, J. C., Chen, S. W., Yeh, S. C., Shen, S. C. and Chen, C. R., “Experimental Study on Thermal Performance of Aluminum Flat Plate Heat Pipe,” 23rd Chinese Society of Mechanical Engineering Conference, Tainan, Taiwan (2006).
10.Chen, S. W., et al., “Visualization Study on Boiling and Capillary Limits of Silicon-Based Micro Structures,” 10th China Heat Pipe Conference, Gui-Yang, Gui Zhou, P. R. C., pp. 1–13 (2006).
11.Chen, S. W., et al., “Experimental Investigation and Visualization on Capillary and Boiling Limits of Micro Groove by Different Processes,” Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 139, pp. 78–87 (2007).
12.Sobhan, C. B., Rag, R. L. and Peterson, G. P., “A Review and Comparative Study of the Investigations on Micro Heat Pipes,” International Journal of Energy Research, 31, pp. 664–688 (2007).
14.Chi, S. W., “Mathematical Modeling of High and Low Temperature Heat Pipes,” GW University Report to NASA, Grant No. NGR 09-010-070 (1971).
15.Kays, W. M., Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, McGraw-Hill, New York (1966).
16.Griffith, P. and Wallis, G. D., “The Role of Surface Conditions in Nucleate Boiling,” Chemical Engineering Progress Symposium Series, 56, pp. 49–63 (1960).
17.Yang, S. R. and Kim, R. H., “A Mathematical Model of the Pool Boiling Nucleation Site Density in Terms of the Surface Characteristics,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 31, pp. 1127–1135 (1988).
18.Hibiki, T. and Ishii, M., “Active Nucleation Site Density in Boiling Systems,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 46, pp. 2587–2601 (2003).
19.Wang, C. H. and Dhir, V. K., “Effect of Surface Wettability on Active Nucleation Site Density During Pool Boiling of Water on a Vertical Surface,” Journal of Heat Transfer, 115, pp. 659–669 (1993).
20.Wang, C. H. and Dhir, V. K., “On the Gas Entrapment and Nucleation Site Density During Pool Boiling of Saturated Water,” Journal of Heat Transfer, 115, pp. 670–679 (1993).
21.Zou, L. and Jones, B. G., “Heating Surface Material's Effect on Subcooled Flow Boiling Heat Transfer of R134a,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 58, pp. 168–174 (2013).
22.Benjamin, R. J. and Balakrishnan, A. R., “Nucleation Site Density in Pool Boiling of Saturated Pure Liquids: Effect of Surface Micro Roughness and Surface and Liquid Physical Properties,” Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 15, pp. 32–42 (1997).
23.Benjamin, R. J. and Balakrishnan, A. R., “Nucleation Site Density in Pool Boiling of Binary Mixtures: Effect of Surface Micro Roughness and Surface and Liquid Physical Properties,” The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 75, pp. 1080–1089 (1997).
24.Li, Y. Y., Chen, Y. J. and Liu, Z. H., “A Uniform Correlation for Predicting Pool Boiling Heat Transfer on Plane Surface with Surface Characteristics Effect,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 77, pp. 809–817 (2014).
26.Feng, K., Kapadia, N., Jobson, B. and Castaldi, S., “Cupric Chloride-HCl Acid Microetch Roughening Process,” OnBoard Technology September 2008, pp. 12–15 (2008).