Transient Phenomena Associated with the Pressurized Discharge of a Cryogenic Liquid from a Closed Vessel
The work reported in this paper was undertaken as part of a general research program directed at a study of the heat-mass transfer processes associated with the pressurized discharge of a cryogenic liquid from a closed vessel. The fluids used were liquid nitrogen pressurized with gaseous nitrogen at approximately 50 psia and inlet temperatures ranging from -299 to +111°F. Some of the initial results were given at a previous conference . Other work is reported in a companion paper .
KeywordsHeat Flux Heat Transfer Coefficient Wall Temperature Liquid Region Constant Heat Flux
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