TECHNICAL PAPERS: Evaporative Boiling and Condensation

Rewetting of an Infinite Slab With Uniform Heating Under Quasi-Steady Conditions

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A. K. Satapathy, R. K. Sahoo

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Regional Engineering College, ROURKELA-769 008, Orissa, India

J. Heat Transfer 124(5), 875-880 (Sep 11, 2002) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1484111 History: Received September 08, 2000; Revised March 29, 2002; Online September 11, 2002
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Quench front temperature for various wetside Biot number and Peclet number without heating and precursory cooling
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(a) Physical domain of infinite slab; and (b) common strip of analyticity in the complex Fourier plane.
Grahic Jump Location
Quench front temperature for various heat flux and Peclet number
Grahic Jump Location
Quench front temperature for various heat flux and Biot number
Grahic Jump Location
Quench front temperature at the critical heat flux



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