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Magnetohydrodynamic Correction in Film Boiling Heat Transfer on Liquid Metal in Presence of an Ideal Magnetic Field With Particular Reference to Fusion Reactor Project

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F. J. Arias1

Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Technical University of Catalonia, Avda. Diagonal 647, 08028 Barcelona, Spainfrariasm7@fis.ub.edu

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J. Heat Transfer 131(12), 124501 (Oct 15, 2009) (3 pages) doi:10.1115/1.3220145 History: Received June 20, 2008; Revised March 06, 2009; Published October 15, 2009

The author proposed a magnetohydrodynamic correction from a horizontal surface in liquid-metal in the presence of an ideal magnetic field. The theoretical correction agrees qualitatively with the available experimental measurements made on mercury in a high magnetic field where transition/film boiling is expected.

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The physical model of film boiling from the horizontal surface, where in the approximation of the frozen field it shows the lines of force being pushed aside

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Indication of the premature onset of critical heat flux with a horizontal magnetic field of 1.26 T applied to a stagnant pool of Hg (reproduced from Ref. 14)

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The heat transfer coefficient as a function of the horizontal magnetic field strength in a stagnant pool of Hg (reproduced from Ref. 15 and in comparison with Eq. 11)

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