Heat transfer of toluene and benzene during laminar flow and at supercritical pressures
Experimental data was used to determine the lengths of pipe after which free convection disturbs the character of change in the heat-transfer coefficient of aromatic hydrocarbons (toluene and benzene).
KeywordsExperimental Data Heat Transfer Convection Benzene Statistical Physic
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