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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Evaporation, Boiling, and Condensation

Theoretical Model for Nucleate Boiling Heat and Mass Transfer of Binary Mixtures

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Jürgen Kern, Peter Stephan

Chair of Technical Thermodynamics, Darmstadt University of Technology, Petersenstrasse 30, 64287 Darmstadt, Germany

J. Heat Transfer 125(6), 1106-1115 (Nov 19, 2003) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1622717 History: Received August 05, 2002; Revised August 26, 2003; Online November 19, 2003
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Single bubble subsystem and computational domains
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Significant phenomena in the micro region
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Pressure balance at a curved liquid-vapor phase interface in the vicinity of a solid wall
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Variation of the liquid-vapor equilibrium taking into account the influence of the capillary pressure effect
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Thermal boundary conditions in the macro region
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Finite element distribution in the macro region
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Liquid film thickness, heat flux, velocity vectors, and apparent contact angle in the micro region of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667, p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10.74 K, ξads=0.023 mm, r=0.057 mm)
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Liquid and vapor mass fraction of the more volatile component propane in the micro region of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667, p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10,74 K, ξads=0.023 mm, r=0.057 mm)
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Temperatures in the micro region of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667, p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10,74 K, ξads=0.023 mm, r=0.057 mm)
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Liquid-vapor phase equilibrium in the micro region of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667,p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10, 74 K, ξads=0.023 mm, r=0.057 mm)
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Temperature distribution in the macro region of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667, p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10, 74 K, ξads=0.023 mm, r=0.057 mm)
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Calculated heat transfer coefficients at different bubble radii of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667, p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10,74 K)
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Calculated bubble radii versus time of the binary mixture propane/n-butane (yl,1,bulk=0.667, p*=0.2, Tout−Tsat=10,74 K)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture propylene/propane for different compositions (p*=0.03, q̇m=2×104 W/m2)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture propane/n-butane for different compositions (p*=0.2, q̇m=2×104 W/m2)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture propane/n-butane for different compositions (p*=0.2, q̇m=2×103 W/m2)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture propane/n-butane for different compositions (p*=0.1, q̇m=1×104 W/m2)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture propane/n-butane for different compositions (p*=0.1, q̇m=4×103 W/m2)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture propane/n-butane for different compositions (p*=0.03, q̇m=1×104 W/m2)
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Comparison of computational results with data from experiments 26 of the binary mixture ethane/propane for different compositions (p*=0.1, q̇m=2×103 W/m2)

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