Wall and liquid side heat fluxes near the leading edge of a vertical wall 6.3 cm wide and 10.3 cm high were measured during subcooled film boiling of water at 1 atm pressure. The heat flux from the interface into the liquid and temperature profiles in the liquid thermal layer were measured using real time holographic interferometry. The wall heat flux was measured with thermocouples embedded in a copper block, one face of which served as the heated wall. The role of the leading edge vapor layer, ripples, and large bulges in modifying the liquid side heat transfer is quantified.
An Experimental Study of Subcooled Film Boiling on a Vertical Surface—Thermal Aspects
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Vijaykumar, R., and Dhir, V. K. (February 1, 1992). "An Experimental Study of Subcooled Film Boiling on a Vertical Surface—Thermal Aspects." ASME. J. Heat Transfer. February 1992; 114(1): 169–178. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.2911243
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