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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Evaporation, Boiling, and Condensation

Short-Time-Transient Surfactant Dynamics and Marangoni Convection Around Boiling Nuclei

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Vivek M. Wasekar, Raj M. Manglik

Thermal-Fluids and Thermal Processing Laboratory, Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Nuclear Engineering, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0072

J. Heat Transfer 125(5), 858-866 (Sep 23, 2003) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1599367 History: Received September 18, 2002; Revised May 16, 2003; Online September 23, 2003
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Figures

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Vapor bubble and surrounding liquid field: (a) physical domain, and (b) typical computational grid
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Comparison of computed transient variation of |ψm| for pure water with the results of Jabardo 22
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Effect of MaT and rb on the transient variation of |ψm| for pure water
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Dimensionless stream function distribution for Marangoni convection in pure water and aqueous SDS solution (C̄=1.7 mol/m3,MaS=1.1×104) for rb=10 μm, and MaT=600 at (a) 2 μs, (b) 20 μs, and (c) 200 μs
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Dimensionless temperature and concentration contours for rb=10 μm,MaT=600, and MaS=1.1×104 at (a) 2 μs, (b) 20 μs, and (c) 200 μs
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Dimensionless stream function distributions in aqueous SDS solution at qw=100 kW/m2 and C̄=1.7 mol/m3 around bubbles (with normalized radial coordinates) of different sizes: (a) 10-μm, MaT=60,MaS=1.1×104, and (b) 40-μm, MaT=1000,MaS=1.8×105
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Dimensionless temperature distributions in aqueous SDS solution at qw=100 kW/m2 and C̄=1.7 mol/m3 around bubbles (with normalized radial coordinates) of different sizes: (a) 10-μm, MaT=60,MaS=1.1×104, and (b) 40-μm, MaT=1000,MaS=1.8×105
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Effect of surfactant additive on the transient variation of |ψm| for different MaT
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Effect of surfactant concentration on the transient variation of |ψm| for rb=40 μm and MaT=100
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Concentration-based generalized adsorption behavior of SDS in water
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Transient variation of dimensionless surface excess concentration Γ along the bubble surface

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