Heat Transfer in Transition Boiling of Cryogenic Liquids
Transition boiling is one of the least investigated domains of heat transfer. This is due both to the complexity of the process and to the fact that in most studies the boiling curve is investigated at fixed heat flux. Present progress in cryogenic technology and increased demands on the precision in calculations of the quenching regime have revived an interest in transition boiling. The purpose of this presentation is to summarize all experimental data known to the authors on heat transfer in the transition boiling mode and to develop a model to predict transition boiling.
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