Heat transfer characteristics of tube bundles during boiling in vacuum
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Heat transfer during boiling in vacuum was compared experimentally for single tubes, rows of tube, and tube bundles to analyze characteristic properties of vaporization under such conditions. Relations for calculating heat transfer coefficients are proposed.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Statistical Physic Transfer Coefficient Heat Transfer Coefficient Characteristic Property
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