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Laminar Flow in a Heated Capillary with a Distinct Interface

Part of the Heat and Mass Transfer book series (HMT)

Abstract

The subject of the present chapter is the analysis of possible states of capillary flow with distinct evaporativemeniscus. The system of quasi-one-dimensionalmass, momentum and energy equations are applied to classify the operating parameters corresponding to various types of flow. The domains of steady and unsteady states are also outlined.

Keywords

Heat Transfer Heat Loss Nusselt Number Friction Force Peclet Number 
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