Internal annular flow condensation and flow boiling: Context, results, and recommendations
© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018. All rights reserved. This chapter reviews in-tube boiling and condensing flows, a subset of the area of phase-change heat transfer, with emphasis on their annular regime realizations in innovative devices. This review, in the light of numerous and excellent existing books and reviews, is also relevant because of recently reported experimental and technological approaches that make it feasible for annular/stratified regimes to cover the entire lengths of millimeter-scale flow-boilers and flow-condensers. The review chapter's content also relates to new ways of addressing challenges that have emerged in the area of high heat-flux (500-1000 W/cm2 or greater) cooling of data centers, super computers, laser weapons, and other devices. The chapter summarizes current knowledge base and provides a design example each for steady annular operations of flow-boilers and flow-condensers. Furthermore, the chapter deals with some recent breakthroughs in the simulation of annular boiling/condensing flows and how such approaches can be extended - in conjunction with well-planned and parallel experiments - to further develop the science and innovative applications associated with steady or pulsatile operations of annular flow-boilers and flow-condensers.
Handbook of Thermal Science and Engineering
Ranga Prasad, H.,
Internal annular flow condensation and flow boiling: Context, results, and recommendations.
Handbook of Thermal Science and Engineering, 2075-2161.
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