A Method for Improving Heat Transfer to a Cryogenic Fluid
Since 1934, when Nukiyama  carried out his classic experiment with a heated platinum wire in water at 100°C, the phenomena associated with boiling heat transfer have received an ever increasing amount of attention from many investigators. Their observations and conclusions have been comprehensively reviewed by Westwater .
KeywordsCoating Thickness Copper Wire Boiling Heat Transfer Vapor Film Maximum Heat Transfer
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