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Forced Convection Film Boiling Heat Transfer from a Horizontal Cylinder to Liquid Cross-flowing Upward : 2nd Report, Subcooled Liquid


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Title: Forced Convection Film Boiling Heat Transfer from a Horizontal Cylinder to Liquid Cross-flowing Upward : 2nd Report, Subcooled Liquid
Authors: Shigechi, Tooru / Ito, Takehiro / Nishikawa, Kaneyasu
Issue Date: Apr-1983
Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
Citation: Bulletin of JSME. 1983, 26(214), p.54-561
Abstract: Forced convection film boiling heat transfer from a horizontal cylinder to a subcooled liquid cross-flowing upward is analysed based on the two-phase boundary-layer theory. Numerical solution of the conservation equations is determined for subcooled water, ethanol and hexane under the atmospheric pressure by the method similar to that of the first report for saturated liquid. The velocity profile, the separation point in the vapor film, the thickness of the boundary-layer and the average Nusselt number are discussed in the same manner as in the previous report and the effects of the subcooling and the approaching velocity on them are also examined. The calculated results on heat transfer are compared with the experimental data.
Keywords: Phase Change / Forced Convection Film Boiling Heat Transfer / Horizontal Cylinder / Subcooled Liquid / Numerical Analysis
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/16753
ISSN: 00213764
Relational Links: http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110002364037/
Rights: 社団法人日本機械学会 / 本文データは学協会の許諾に基づきCiNiiから複製したものである
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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