A model is proposed for the heat-transfer process associated with the surface boiling of liquid in tubes. An analysis of the various constituents of the heat-transfer mechanism distributed over the thickness of the intermediate boiling layer is presented.
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Zaletnev, A.F. Model of heat transfer associated with the surface boiling of liquid in tubes. Journal of Engineering Physics 31, 1005–1009 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861380
- Statistical Physic
- Boiling Layer