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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer

Spray Cooling Under Reduced Gravity Condition

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Ken-ichi Yoshida, Yasuhiko H. Mori, Akira Nagashima

Keio University, Yokohama, Japan

Yoshiyuki Abe

Electrotechnical Laboratory, Tsukuba, Japane-mail: y.abe@etl.go.jp

Toshiharu Oka

Research Institute, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Yokohama, Japan

J. Heat Transfer 123(2), 309-318 (Jul 19, 2000) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1345887 History: Received February 03, 2000; Revised July 19, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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Spray cooling experimental apparatus
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Structure of copper block heater
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Structure of transparent glass heater
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Comparison of spray cooling characteristics for water with different orientation of transparent heater (Solid circles: 1 ge, Open circles: −1 ge)
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Observation of water-sprayed heater surface from rear side (a) 1 ge,D=1.97×10−4 m3/(m2⋅s),q=430 kW/m2 (b) −1 ge,D=1.97×10−4 m3/(m2⋅s),q=450 kW/m2
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Comparison of spray cooling characteristics for water with different orientation of copper block heater (Solid circles: 1 ge, Open circles: −1 ge)
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Relation of CHF and spray volume flux for water in 1 ge (open circles represent the data obtained in the previous study (Sone et al. 11))
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Comparison of spray cooling characteristics for FC-72 with different orientation of copper block heater (Solid circles: 1 ge, Open circles: −1 ge)
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Relation of CHF and spray volume flux for FC-72 in 1 ge (open circles represent the data obtained in the previous study (Sone et al. 11))
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Spray cooling characteristics for water with copper block heater in parabolic flight experiments in low We and D (Solid circles: 0.01 ge, Open circles: 2 ge)
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Spray cooling characteristics for water with copper block heater in parabolic flight experiments in high We and D (Solid circles: 0.01 ge, Open circles: 2 ge)
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Spray cooling characteristics for FC-72 with transparent heater in parabolic flight experiments (Solid circles: 0.01 ge, Open circles: 2 ge)
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Observation of FC–72-sprayed heater surface from rear side: (a) 0.01 ge; (b) 2 ge.
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Spray cooling characteristics for FC-72 with copper block heater in parabolic flight experiments (Solid symbols: 0.01 ge, Open symbols: 2 ge)

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