Flow and Heat and Mass Transfer in Laminar and Turbulent by Victor I. Terekhov, Maksim A. Pakhomov

By Victor I. Terekhov, Maksim A. Pakhomov

In this e-book the writer offers chosen demanding situations of thermal-hydraulics modeling of two-phase flows in minichannels with swap of section. those surround the typical modeling of circulation boiling and circulate condensation utilizing an analogous expression. ways to version those respective instances exhibit, besides the fact that, that experimental info exhibit diversified effects to these got by way of equipment of calculation of warmth move coefficient for respective instances. partly that may be dedicated to the truth that there are non-adiabatic results found in either kinds of section swap phenomena which adjust the strain drop because of friction, answerable for applicable modelling. The amendment of interface shear stresses among movement boiling and move condensation in case of annular stream constitution could be thought of via incorporation of the so referred to as blowing parameter, which differentiates among those modes of warmth move. nevertheless, in case of bubbly flows, the iteration of bubbles additionally modifies the friction strain drop via the effect of warmth flux. offered also are the result of a unusual M-shape distribution of warmth move coefficient particular to movement boiling in minichannels. ultimately, a few realization is dedicated to mathematical modeling of dryout phenomena. A 5 equation version allowing choice of the dryout place is gifted, the place the mass stability equations for liquid movie, droplets and fuel are supplemented via momentum equations for liquid movie and two-phase core.

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8 is presented the effect of initial droplets diameter on the heat transfer enhancement ratio Nu/NuA along the flat plate length. It is seen that the effect of variation of droplets size on heat transfer has complex behavior than the change of droplets mass fraction. Initially the increase of droplets diameter (d1 B 50 lm) causes the augmentation of heat transfer rate due to its evaporation near the wall surface. But for the relatively large droplets (d1 [ 70 lm) it is 46 4 Numerical Modeling of Flow and Heat Transfer Fig.

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