Transfer of Liquid Hydrogen through Uninsulated Lines
The purpose of this paper is to present the results of an investigation to determine the heat leak and pressure drop characteristics for uninsulated liquidhydrogen transfer lines. The results are incorporated into single-phase flow design curves in such a way that design variables may be selected to give optimum performance. In addition, the pressure-drop, flow, and quality relationship for two-phase hydrogen flows with high rates of heat transfer are analyzed and discussed.
KeywordsHeat Flux Wind Velocity Test Section Heat Transfer Rate Transfer Line
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