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Thermal Management of Microelectronic Equipment, Second Edition

By
L.-T. Yeh
L.-T. Yeh
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ISBN:
9780791861097
No. of Pages:
522
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2016

From the viewpoint of thermodynamics, when a body of fluid in the purely liquid phase is heated at a constant pressure, its temperature and volume will both increase, as reflected in the line from A to B in Figure 5.1. Point B represents the maximum temperature and volume of saturated liquid at the given pressure, and between points B and C, any additional heat added to the system results in a change from the liquid phase to the vapor phase. In this region, liquid and vapor phases coexist in equilibrium. The amount of heat required to convert a unit...

5.1
Boiling Curve
5.2
Nucleate Boiling
5.3
Incipient Boiling at Heating Surfaces
5.4
Nucleate Boiling Correlations
5.5
Critical Heat Flux Correlations
5.6
Minimum Heat Flux Correlations (Leidenforst Point)
5.7
Parameters Affecting Pool Boiling
5.8
Effect of Gravity on Pool Boiling
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