The Cooling of Long Conduits
This paper describes an attempt to analytically investigate the process of cooling long conduits by a flow of coolant in a supercritical state. The investigation is of high practical and theoretical interest since the problem of low-temperature cooldown and questions of design are closely interrelated. The cooldown process itself is physically rather complicated and has received limited study.
KeywordsHeat Wave Wall Temperature Cool Process Cool Stage Constant Cross Section
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