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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Evaporative Boiling and Condensation

Experimental Study of Heat Transfer in an Evaporating Meniscus on a Moving Heated Surface

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Satish G. Kandlikar, Wai Keat Kuan, Abhijit Mukherjee

Thermal Analysis and Microfluidics Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, 76 Lomb Memorial Dr., Rochester, NY 14623

J. Heat Transfer 127(3), 244-252 (Mar 24, 2005) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1857948 History: Received August 20, 2003; Revised December 15, 2004; Online March 24, 2005
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Figures

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Similarity between a nucleating bubble and an evaporating meniscus in the contact line region
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Details of an evaporating meniscus region
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Identifying various streams in a meniscus moving over a moving heater surface: (a) fresh water inlet, (b) recirculating mixed stream, (c) water stream in transient heat conduction with the heater surface, (d) water stream flowing behind the receding interface, and (e) evaporating vapor stream
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Liquid circulation inside a moving and evaporating meniscus27
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Stationary test section schematic
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Rotating test section schematic
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Stationary meniscus at 108°C
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Plot of receding and advancing contact angles versus surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min and surface temperature of 102.5°C
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Plot of receding and advancing contact angles versus surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min and surface temperature of 105.5°C
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Plot of receding and advancing contact angles versus surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min and surface temperature of 108°C
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Front view of moving meniscus
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Side view of moving meniscus
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Variation of heat flux with surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min for heater surface temperature of 102.5°C
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Variation of heat flux with surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min for heater surface temperature of 105.5°C
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Variation of meniscus length with surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min for heater surface temperature of 102.5°C
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Variation of meniscus length with surface velocity at 0.016 mL/min for heater surface temperature of 105.5°C
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Meniscus length L for different surface velocities at 0.016 mL/min at heater surface temperature of 105.5°C

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