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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Evaporation, Boiling, and Condensation

A Theoretical Model to Predict Pool Boiling CHF Incorporating Effects of Contact Angle and Orientation

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Satish G. Kandlikar

Mechanical Engineering Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623e-mail: sgkeme@rit.edu

J. Heat Transfer 123(6), 1071-1079 (Apr 23, 2001) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1409265 History: Received March 09, 2000; Revised April 23, 2001
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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(a) Forces due to surface tension, gravity and momentum acting on a bubble parallel to the theater surface; (b) sketch showing region of influence, departure bubble diameter, and average bubble size
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Effect of contact angle on CHF for water boiling on a vertical plate; comparison of present model and Kutateladze correlation with Liaw and Dhir 16 data
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Effect of contact angle on CHF for R-113 boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model and Kutateladze correlation with Ramilison and Lienhard 17 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for helium boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 20 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Deev et al. 42 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for helium boiling on a vertical plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 20 degrees) and Kutateladze correlation with Deev et al. 42 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for nitrogen boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 20 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Bewilogua et al. 43 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for hydrogen boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 20 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Bewilogua et al. 43 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for helium boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 20 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Bewilogua et al. 43 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for helium boiling on a vertical plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 20 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Bewilogua et al. 43 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for R-113 boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 5 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Abuaf and Staub 44 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for distilled water boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 45 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Lienhard and Dhir 14 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for water boiling on a horizontal plate; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 65 deg, chromium surface) and Kutateladze correlation with Bonilla and Perry 4 data
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Variation of CHF with pressure for water boiling on horizontal and vertical plates; comparison of present model (using contact angle of 45 deg) and Kutateladze correlation with Sakurai and Shiotsu 45 data

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