Temperature Distribution in Rotating Thermosiphons Containing Two-Phase Helium in Nonisentropic Equilibrium
A key problem in cooling large-scale superconducting coils is to transfer heat from the periphery of a rotor to helium which is supplied and removed from the rotor near the axis of rotation. This paper considers one aspect of this natural convection heat transfer problem in radially arranged ducts, namely, the radial temperature distribution in rotating helium.
KeywordsHeat Flow Heat Input Fluid Element Circumferential Velocity Entropy Production Rate
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