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2001 MAX JACOB MEMORIAL AWARD LECTURE

Surface Contact—Its Significance for Multiphase Heat Transfer: Diverse Examples OPEN ACCESS

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John C. Chen

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA 18015

J. Heat Transfer 125(4), 549-566 (Jul 17, 2003) (18 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1566050 History: Online July 17, 2003
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Figures

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Spectrum of phenomenological understanding employed in engineering design
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Example of heat transfer coefficients at surface of vertical tube in bubbling fluidized bed
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Comparison of correlations to experimental data for heat transfer in bubbling fluidized beds
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Probe for measurement of solid volume fraction at surface of heat transfer tube in fluidized beds
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Capacitance signal of particle concentrations at heat transfer surface in bubbling fluidized bed
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Residence times of particle packets at surface of heat transfer tube in bubbling fluidized bed
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Fraction of time with particle packets at local position on heat transfer surface in bubbling fluidized bed
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Comparison of modified packet model, using time domain parameters, with experimental data for heat transfer in bubbling fluidized beds
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Numerical simulation of fluidized bed by combined Eulerian-Lagrangian model 36
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Void fractions obtained from combined Eulerian/Lagrangian simulation model for a bubbling fluidized bed 39
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Dropwise condensation on vertical surface, photo from Lienhard 1
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Example of heat transfer coefficients for film wise and drop wise condensation
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Heat flux under drops of varying sizes for drop-wise condensation
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Number density of condensate drops as function of drop diameter during dropwise condensation
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Effect of surface energy on equilibrium contact angle, from de Gennes 52
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Self assembled monolayer (SAM) on metal surface
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Dropwise condensation on gold plated Si surface with patterned self assembled monolayer coating
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Test section used by Das et al. 67 for measurement of condensing heat transfer coefficients on horizontal tubes
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Condensation coefficients for horizontal tubes coated with self assembled monolayers of organic compound to promote dropwise condensation
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The dominant contribution of small drops to total heat flux during dropwise condensation, from Graham and Griffith 47
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Dependence of heat transfer coefficients on diameter of departing drops for drop wise condensation, from Tanasawa 60
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Creation of gradient surface with self assembled monolayer
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Variation of static contact angle along a gradient surface, from Chaudhury and Whiteside 68
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Forces on liquid drop located on surface with gradient in surface free energy
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Test apparatus for condensation on gradient surfaces, Daniel, Chaudhury and Chen 71
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Sample measurements from experiment of Daniel, Chaudhury and Chen 71
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Static contact angles on a circular surface with radial gradient of surface free energies, from Daniel 70: • SAM with octyltrichlorosilane; and ○ SAM with dodecyltrichlorosilane.
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Drop removal pattern during condensation on SAM surface with radial gradient in surface free energies, from Daniel, Chaudhury and Chen 71
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Video sequence of drop movement on gradent surface in time span of 1 millisecond, from Daniel 70
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Enhanced heat transfer for drop-wise condensation on surface with gradient in free energy, results of Daniel, Chaudhury and Chen 71

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