Flow boiling of a liquid is characterized by a high heat transfer from the heated surface into the fluid. However, the nucleate boiling regime is limited by the occurrence of the critical heat flux (CHF) leading to a possible thermal damage of the heated surface.
The influence of tube surfaces structured with elevations in nano- and microscale, micro-channels, and porous or oxidized layers on CHF was experimentally investigated in a low pressure steam/water test facility.
Umfang: IX, 164 S.
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Haas, C. 2012. Critical Heat Flux for Flow Boiling of Water at Low Pressure on Smooth and Micro-Structured Zircaloy Tube Surfaces. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5445/KSP/1000030425
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