A simplified energy dissipation based model of heat transfer for subcooled flow boiling
In the paper a model is presented based on energetic considerations for subcooled flow boiling heat transfer. The model is the extension of authors own model developed earlier for saturated flow boiling and condensation. In the former version of the model we used the heat transfer coefficient for the liquid single-phase as a reference level, due to the lack of the appropriate model for heat transfer coefficient for the subcooled flow boiling. That issue was a fundamental weakness of the that approach. The purpose of present investigation is to fulfil this drawback. Now the reference heat transfer coefficient for the saturated flow boiling in terms of the value taking into account the subcooled flow conditions. The wall heat flux is based on partitioning and constitutes of two principal components, namely the convective heat flux and partial evaporation heat flux of the liquid replacing the detached bubble. Both terms are accordingly modeled. The convective heat flux is regarding vapour bubbles travelling longitudinally and the liquid moving radially – liquid pumping. The results of calculations have been compared with some experimental data from literature showing a good consistency.
Jarosław Mikielewicz, Dariusz Mikielewicz. (2017). A simplified energy dissipation based model of heat transfer for subcooled flow boiling. International Journal Of Heat And Mass Transfer, 106, 280-288. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2016.10.077
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