Experimental study of thermally induced oscillations and heat transfer in an ascending flow of supercritical helium in a vertical tube
An experimental study of the conditions for the onset of thermally induced oscillations and their influence on heat transfer in an ascending flow of supercritical helium in a heated vertical tube is reported.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Experimental Study Statistical Physic Helium Vertical Tube
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