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Article Type: Research-Article
J. Heat Transfer. December 2012, 134(12): 121501.
Published Online: October 5, 2012
... not contain any fin geometry parameters betrays that its leading constant is compensating for this. For this reason, Eq. (3) is valid for only the present fin geometry and; in addition, it does not have an asymptote of N np / A s at large heat flux as it should. Nevertheless, Eq. (3) is simple...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Heat Transfer. May 2012, 134(5): 051001.
Published Online: April 13, 2012
.... In addition, fairly good absolute agreement was achieved between measurements and predictions for each nanolubricant mass fraction. For example, the heat flux ratios for the (99.5/0.5) mixture and the (98/2) mixture were overpredicted, on average, by roughly 5% and 26%, respectively. Similarly, the (99/1...
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Article Type: Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer—Part Ii
J. Heat Transfer. April 2009, 131(4): 043205.
Published Online: February 13, 2009
... , pp. 1110 – 1122 . Kedzierski , M. A. , 2001 , “ Use of Fluorescence to Measure the Lubricant Excess Surface Density During Pool Boiling ,” U.S. Department of Commerce, Paper No. NISTIR 6727. Kedzierski , M. A. , 2000 , “ Enhancement of R123 Pool Boiling by the Addition...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Heat Transfer. July 2005, 127(7): 684–691.
Published Online: January 10, 2005
...Juntao Zhang; Raj M. Manglik Interfacial phenomena and ebullient dynamics in saturated nucleate pool boiling of aqueous solutions of three surfactants that have different molecular weight and ionic nature are experimentally investigated. The additive molecular mobility at interfaces manifests...
Journal Articles
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. February 2004, 126(1): 34–42.
Published Online: March 10, 2004
.... Boiling curves q w ″ ∝ Δ T sat for different concentrations and photographic records of the salient features of the ebullient behavior are presented, along with a characterization of interfacial properties (surface tension and contact angle). The surfactant additive significantly alters the nucleate...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. October 2003, 125(5): 858–866.
Published Online: September 23, 2003
... Division September 18, 2002; revision received May 16, 2003. Associate Editor: V. P. Carey. 18 September 2002 16 May 2003 23 09 2003 surfactants convection bubbles adsorption Additives Bubble Growth Heat Transfer Interface Microscale Thermocapillary Boiling...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. August 2001, 123(4): 719–728.
Published Online: January 11, 2001
... January 2001 carbon compounds sodium compounds dissolving boiling drops heat transfer Additives Boiling Droplet Enhancement Heat Transfer Sprays Spray cooling is frequently used in industrial processes to dissipate extremely high heat fluxes. A solid surface loses heat much...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. November 2000, 122(4): 708–715.
Published Online: May 18, 2000
... of additives, which lower the surface tension of liquids, has been a focus of current research ( 4 ). Figure 6 also gives a comparison between the nucleate boiling heat transfer performance of aqueous SDS solutions for three different cylindrical heater sizes. For the heat flux range of the new data...
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Article Type: Technical Briefs
J. Heat Transfer. November 1999, 121(4): 1088–1091.
Published Online: November 1, 1999
...Y. T. Kang; A. Akisawa; T. Kashiwagi 13 Mar 1998 29 June 1999 05 12 2007 Additives Aqueous LiBr Solution Interfacial Tension Marangoni Convection Surface Tension Beutler A. , Greiter I. , Wagner A. , Hohhmann L. , Schreier S. , and Alefeld...