Saturated Film Boiling of Nitrogen from Atmospheric to the Critical Pressure
Film boiling is a dominant mechanism for heat transfer in many cryogenic systems because of the relatively low saturation temperature of cryogenic fluids. Film boiling is also important in boiler operation, spray cooling of nozzles, and quenching.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Coefficient Critical Pressure Boil Heat Transfer Horizontal Cylinder Spray Cool
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