Heat-transfer rate in boiling at a surface with porous coatings in conditions of free motion
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Experimental results for the boiling of water, nitrogen, acetone, and ethyl alcohol at heated surfaces with metal-fiber capillary-porous coatings are described, and a dependence is proposed for the calculation of the heat-transfer coefficient.
KeywordsNitrogen Alcohol Ethyl Acetone Statistical Physic
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