Estimating Surface Temperature in Forced Convection Nucleate Boiling—A Simplified Method
The estimation of wall temperature in forced convection boiling usually involves lengthy calculations. However, a simplified empirical technique has been developed using a liquid nitrogen data base , the principle of corresponding states, and the Kutateladze expression for maximum nucleate heat flux in pool boiling .
KeywordsMethane Dioxide Convection Argon Helium
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