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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Melting and Solidification

Behavior of the Two-Phase Mushy Zone During Freeze Coating on a Continuous Moving Plate

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C. Tangthieng, F. B. Cheung

Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802

S. W. Shiah

Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, Tao-Yuan, Taiwan

J. Heat Transfer 124(1), 111-119 (Aug 17, 2001) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1420714 History: Received December 04, 2000; Revised August 17, 2001
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Schematic of the freeze coating system under consideration
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Graphical representation of the two-phase packing region and the two-phase dispersed region
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The simplified equilibrium phase diagram
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Variations of the solidus, packing limit and liquidus constants with the freeze-coat-to-wall thermal ratio and the Stefan number (R2=10,R3=1, Pr=1, κ=0.3, and Fp=0.6)
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Variations of the solidus, packing limit and liquidus constants with the wall subcooling parameter and the freeze-coat-to-wall thermal ratio (R3=1, Pr=1, Ste=0.1, κ=0.3, and Fp=0.6)
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Variations of the solidus, packing limit and liquidus constants with the wall subcooling parameter and the Stefan number for an isothermal wall (R1=0,R3=1, Pr=1, κ=0.3 and Fp=0.6)
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Variations of the solidus, packing limit and liquidus constants with the molten substance superheating parameter and the Prandtl number (R1=1,R2=10, Ste=0.1, κ=0.3, and Fp=0.6)
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Variations of the solidus, packing limit and liquidus constants with the molten substance superheating parameter and the Stefan number for the high Prandlt number case (R1=1,R2=10, Pr=100, κ=0.3, and Fp=0.6)

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