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Proc. ASME. IMECE2021, Volume 2A: Advanced Manufacturing, V02AT02A026, November 1–5, 2021
Paper No: IMECE2021-68012
... and compared. It was found that the weld obtained with water cooled friction stir welding possesses balanced hardness and tensile properties suitable for real life applications. friction stir welding AA2014 spray cooling heat dissipation refined grain structure tensile property microhardness...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2013, Volume 8B: Heat Transfer and Thermal Engineering, V08BT09A077, November 15–21, 2013
Paper No: IMECE2013-66872
... at the surface and within the spray. Multiphase Flow Spray Cooling Evaporation Heat Transfer 1 Copyright © 2013 by ASME EXPLORATION OF IMPINGING WATER SPRAY HEAT TRANSFER AT SYSTEM PRESSURES NEAR THE TRIPLE POINT Eric L Golliher NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio, USA Shi-chune Yao Carnegie...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2002, Heat Transfer, Volume 5, 137-145, November 17–22, 2002
Paper No: IMECE2002-33826
... related to the case with lower velocity, the smaller the increase of the number of sprays. Extrusion moving body spray cooling numerical analysis Proceedings of IMECE2002 number of jets increases. The efficiency of each spray increases with the velocity for the same number of sprays...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2003, Heat Transfer, Volume 4, 451-457, November 15–21, 2003
Paper No: IMECE2003-42178
... 13 05 2008 Cryogen spray cooling (CSC) has been used along with pulsed lasers for nearly a decade to irreversibly photocoagulate a variety of vascular lesions. However, the fundamental mechanisms that take place at the skin surface are still incompletely understood. In this work, we...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2004, Heat Transfer, Volume 2, 685-690, November 13–19, 2004
Paper No: IMECE2004-61753
... 31 03 2008 Experiments were conducted to study the effects of enhanced surfaces on heat transfer during spray cooling. The surface enhancements consisted of cubic pin fins, pyramids, and straight fins (uniform cross sectional straight fins) machined on the top surface of copper heater...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2005, Heat Transfer, Part B, 227-231, November 5–11, 2005
Paper No: IMECE2005-79823
... 31 01 2008 The effects of the heat flux and liquid temperatures during spray cooling heat transfer were experimentally studied for non-boiling water spray cooling. The experiments show that the heat flux strongly affects the heat transfer coefficient, especially for high temperature...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2005, Heat Transfer, Part B, 233-238, November 5–11, 2005
Paper No: IMECE2005-79824
... and liquid film, which only relates to spray momentum. Local spray cooling experiments and PDA measurement experiments were conducted and the real heat transfer empirical correlation was developed. A half empirical and half analysis model involving the heat dissipation is acquired. At last, experimental...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2005, Heat Transfer, Part A, 709-716, November 5–11, 2005
Paper No: IMECE2005-80333
... 05 02 2008 In this investigation, high current levels were applied to an IGBT and, using spray cooling, a heat flux of 825W/cm 2 at the die was achieved. Current and heat flux levels achieved during this investigation could not have been done using ordinary cooling methods...
Proc. ASME. IMECE2006, Heat Transfer, Volume 2, 679-687, November 5–10, 2006
Paper No: IMECE2006-15632
... 25 01 2008 Systemic experiments were conducted for the spray cooling of high temperature stainless steel using three different types of industrial sprays, full cone and flat hydraulic nozzles and a flat air-mist nozzle. In the present study wide range of mass flux (1.5-30 kg/m 2 sec...