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Proc. ASME. HT2009, Volume 2: Theory and Fundamental Research; Aerospace Heat Transfer; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Computational Heat Transfer, 843-852, July 19–23, 2009
Paper No: HT2009-88357
... available in the literature previously. 14 06 2010 Impinging jets flow characteristics heat transfer phase change unsteady predictions HT2009-88357 Liquid Jet Impingement without and with Heat Transfer F. A. Jafar * , G. R. Thorpe and Ö.F. Turan School of Engineering and Science...
Proc. ASME. HT2007, ASME/JSME 2007 Thermal Engineering Heat Transfer Summer Conference, Volume 3, 385-392, July 8–12, 2007
Paper No: HT2007-32555
... Cryopreservation is an effective way to store biological materials for an extended period of time. The process of freezing biological materials is rather traumatic, however, due to the water phase change that takes place. Successful cooling procedures have been developed for a limited number of...
Proc. ASME. HT2005, Heat Transfer: Volume 4, 561-567, July 17–22, 2005
Paper No: HT2005-72574
... measurements indicates a high degree of reliability in module operation. The efficient phase change heat transfer mechanism sets in at local base plate temperatures between 109–111°C, which accounts for more than 10% of the total heat dissipation at 1600W level. 03 04 2009 Hybrid vehicle...
Proc. ASME. HT2005, Heat Transfer: Volume 2, 23-26, July 17–22, 2005
Paper No: HT2005-72038
... pool boiling multiple surface phase change evaporation Proceedings of HT2005 Proceedings of T2005 that the critical heat flux on such a surface drops more than 30% compared to a single isolated wire. The change may be attributed to the plume effects on the bubble formation and bubble dynamics of...
Topics: Pool boiling
Proc. ASME. HT2005, Heat Transfer: Volume 4, 805-810, July 17–22, 2005
Paper No: HT2005-72273
... Heat transport rate Phase change DRAFT Proceedings of HT2005 Thermal management has been considered as one of the most critical technologies in electronic product development. The (W ) 2mK Proceedings of HT2005 2005 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference 1 Copyright © 2005 by ASME heat pipe is one...
Proc. ASME. HT2005, Heat Transfer: Volume 1, 181-185, July 17–22, 2005
Paper No: HT2005-72613
... different chemical potentials with different interface curvatures. The chemical potential relationship between liquid and its surrounding vapor determined the phase change direction. At certain conditions, liquid evaporation and vapor condensation can coexist at the same region. 03 04 2009...
Proc. ASME. HT2005, Heat Transfer: Volume 1, 25-27, July 17–22, 2005
Paper No: HT2005-72390
... liquid thermally contracts if cooled, phase transition of liquid to vapor could also be achieved in this nanocavity of constant volume. However, the phase diagram is altered significantly compared to bulk argon. 03 04 2009 Confined liquid phase change molecular dynamics simulation...
Proc. ASME. HT-FED2004, Volume 3, 113-120, July 11–15, 2004
Paper No: HT-FED2004-56398
... In this paper we consider the fundamental problem of maximizing the power extraction from a hot stream when the collecting stream experiences a phase change and there are limits imposed by the materials on the operating temperatures. It constitutes an extension of  where it was pointed out...
Proc. ASME. HT2003, Heat Transfer: Volume 2, 725-730, July 21–23, 2003
Paper No: HT2003-47597
... This paper reports on an improved model of coupled heat and moisture transfer with phase change and mobile condensates in fibrous insulation. The new model considered the moisture movement induced by the partial water vapor pressure, a super saturation state in condensing region as well as the...
Proc. ASME. HT2003, Heat Transfer: Volume 2, 421-428, July 21–23, 2003
Paper No: HT2003-47230
... Nucleation Phase Change Turbulence Submergence Thermosiphon Reboiler CP Heat Capcity, kJ/kg K 003 nce SA 0hfg Latent of vaporization, J/kg k Thermal conductivity, W/m K n Exponent used in Eq.(16) Pr Prandtl number Prt Turbulent Prandtl number q Heat flux, W/m2 r Radius, m R Gas constant, Nm/kg °K...