Nucleate Boiling Heat Transfer from an Oscillating Sphere in Liquid Nitrogen
The results of an experimental Investigation to determine the effect of relatively high amplitude and low frequency harmonic oscillations of a sphere on nucleate pool boiling of liquid nitrogen at atmospheric pressure are presented in this paper. As far as is known, there are no other steady-state nucleate boiling data for a spherical geometry available at this time. Previous oscillatory investigations have been conducted using wires and relatively small diameter tubes at high frequency and low amplitudes.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Froude Number Tungsten Wire Heat Transfer Surface Fiber Spacer
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