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investigation of effect of surface roughness on forced-convection boiling heat transfer

Masanobu Nomura

investigation of effect of surface roughness on forced-convection boiling heat transfer

by Masanobu Nomura

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Published by Ship Research Institute in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat -- Transmission,
  • Two-place flow,
  • Ebullition

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Masanobu Nomura and Herman Merte.
    SeriesPapers of Ship Research Institute, no. 41, Papers of Ship Research Institute ;, no. 41.
    ContributionsMerte, Herman, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVM7 .S45 no. 41, TJ265 .S45 no. 41
    The Physical Object
    Pagination103 p.
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5121402M
    LC Control Number74194838

      The boiling curve was determined as a function of surface roughness, material, and cleanliness for n- pentane at atmospheric pressure. The results of the experiment show that the liquid contacts the solid heating surface in transition boiling. The burnout heat flux and the film boiling curve are independent of surface ://   On the effect of surface roughness and material on the subcooled flow boiling of water: Experimental study and global correlation. Correlation of forced convection boiling heat transfer data. An investigation of transient heat transfer in the region of flow boiling dryout with freon in a

    In this study, partial pool boiling heat transfer and bubble departure diameter on horizontal cylindrical heater in heat flux range between and w m−2 were investigated. Pure liquid water, Ethanol and Acetone were utilized as the fluids for the system. Aluminum, stainless steel A, copper and brass were considered as the materials for the heater’s surface :// The effect of particle size, surface roughness were considered in this work. Nucleation site density ratio was introduced and a correlation was derived based on literature experimental data. Moreover, heat flux partitioning model was employed to evaluate proposed model for boiling heat ://

    The total heat flux is dominated sequentially by the single phase impinging convection and the fully developed boiling with increasing heat flux imposed. The wall temperature of the impinged-on surface rises very slowly with the increasing heat flux when it reaches around °C indicating a greatly enhanced boiling heat transfer ://   The complication is that the value of h depends on temperatures, fluid-velocity, and the area, shape, orientation, and roughness of the plate surface. A value of h for a 1 m by 1 m plate will usually be larger (and never smaller) than h for a 2 m by 2 m plate under otherwise identical conditions. The larger plate will transfer more heat because it has four times the area of the smaller plate


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Investigation of effect of surface roughness on forced-convection boiling heat transfer by Masanobu Nomura Download PDF EPUB FB2

Experimental and theoretical investigation of the flow and heat transfer behavior in circular microchannels of mm diameter and 10 mm length with various surface roughness follows. Based on experimental data, the corresponding empiric equations for The convection heat losses at the back of the heater are also negligible considering that the natural convection heat transfer coefficient with air, i.e., at the sapphire-air boundary, is orders of magnitude smaller than the boiling heat transfer coefficient.

High-speed infrared and   Surface wettability is a key property in boiling heat transfer that influences heat-removal mechanisms and/or change their relative relevance. An automata model for pool boiling heat transfer is provided with rules to simulate heat transfer considering the influence of the contact ://   boiling and roughness of a hot surface will increase the heat removal significantly.

Keywords: Internal Combustion Engine, heat transfer, flow boiling, roughness 1. Introduction removed by forced convection through the water The heat released in a combustion chamber of an engine is divided into three main parts.

Only about one third of the The Effect of Heat Transfer Area Roughness on Heat Transfer Enhancement by Forced Convection Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Heat Transfer (4) April with Reads The effect of surface roughness on pool boiling heat transfer is experimentally explored over a wide range of roughness values in water and Fluorinert ™ FC, two fluids with different thermal properties and wetting characteristics.

The test surfaces ranged from a polished surface (⁠ R a between μ m and μ m ⁠) to electrical discharge machined (EDM) surfaces with a A commentary has been published: Discussion: “The Effect of Surface Roughness on the Convection Heat-Transfer Coefficient for Fully Developed Turbulent Flow in Ducts With Uniform Heat Flux” (Lancet, R.

T.,ASME J. Heat Transfer, 81, pp. –) The simplest way is to increase the surface roughness. The effect of surface roughness was investigated in detail by Gorenflo et al., and the heat transfer enhancement factor due to the surface roughness, F WR, is expressed by the following equation independent of pressure and heat flux as shown in VDI Heat The effect of surface motion on forced convection film boiling heat transfer.

This work describes an experimental investigation into the effects of surface geometry variations on heat transfer performance in forced flow boiling. Ribs of rectangular cross section were machined on flat stainless steel test specimens of mm thickness The effect of structured roughness on the heat transfer of water flowing through minichannels was experimentally investigated in this study.

The test channels were formed by two mm wide × mm long stainless steel :// Effects of surface roughness, axial conduction, viscous dissipation, and rarefaction on heat transfer in a two–dimensional parallel plate microchannel with constant wall temperature are investigated numerically.

Roughness is simulated by adding equilateral triangular obstructions with various heights on one of   heating surface will also enhance heat transfer in nucleate boiling.

• Irregularities on the heating surface, including roughness and dirt, serve as additional nucleation sites during boiling. • The effect of surface roughness is observed to decay with ~mmuradoglu/ME/chapter_pdf.

The effect of forced convection on boiling heat transfer was investigated by experiment using water jet for a small unwetted heating surface which was coated with a silicon resin, AY, on the In order to clarify the effect of surface roughness on pool boiling heat transfer, the experiments were carried out for the saturated pool boiling of water at atmospheric :// In this study, the effect of surface roughness on convective heat transfer in two-dimensional parallel plate microchannels is analyzed numerically for steady-state, single-phase, developing, and Frost, W.; Kippenhan, C.

J.: Bubble growth and heat transfer mechanism in the forced convection boiling of water containing a surface active agent. Int. Heat Mass Transfer Also, previous works have mostly studied on the single-phase flows. On the other side, studies in the effects of surface barriers are in nanoscale and under single-phase flow.

Therefore, investigation of the surface structure on the boiling behavior with 1, fluid particles within a microchannel can be attractive for the :// The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, published by Wiley on behalf of The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, is the forum for publication of high quality original research articles, new theoretical interpretation or experimental findings and critical reviews in the science or industrial practice of chemical and biochemical Dynamic boiling heat transfer processes on a mm diam.

horizontal wire due to exponentially increasing heat inputs, Q{sub 0}e{sup t/{tau}}, with the periods, {tau}, from ms to 25 s in subcooled He I at pressures of atmospheric, kPa and kPa were investigated to clarify the effect of liquid subcooling on the incipient boiling Heat Transfer, 21(1), pp.

–) for the uniform cross-section microfin. Surface roughness effects on temperature distribution, base heat flux at different Nusselt numbers, and thermal resistance of the microfin are ://. To investigate the effect of axial heat conduction in the tube wall, a tube with thick walls ( μm thickness) and high thermal conductivity (nickel) was Figure2 2 shows the cross section of the microtubes used in this study.

The internal and external diameters of the stainless steel tube shown in Fig. 2(a) are μm and μm, and the corresponding values for the This work describes an experimental investigation into the effects of surface geometry variations on heat transfer performance in forced flow boiling.

Ribs of rectangular cross section were machined on flat stainless steel test specimens of mm ://The effect of surface conditions on nuceate pool boiling heat transfer to sodium  Marto, P.

J. ; Rohsenow, Warren M. (Cambridge, Mass.: M.I.T. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, [], ) A simplified theoretical model for bubble nucleation stability has been proposed, and an approximate stability criterion has been ://?type=title.