Convective Boiling and Condensation by Sander L. Gilman, David J. Parent
By Sander L. Gilman, David J. Parent
On its unique book in 1973, this e-book was once the 1st reference for engineers to totally current the technology of boiling and condensation. It dealt particularly with the issues of estimating warmth move charges and strain drops, with specific cognizance to the prevalence of boiling and condensation within the presence of pressured flows inside of pipes. the recent 3rd version covers contemporary advances and considerably extends assurance to flows over tube bundles, with huge new remedy of two-phase warmth move concerning refrigerants and petrochemicals. Many new difficulties were additional on the finish of every bankruptcy to reinforce the book's use as a textual content in complex classes on two-phase movement and warmth move. The publication is written basically for layout and improvement engineers within the chemical strategy, energy iteration, and refrigeration industries, and is intended to be an relief within the layout of warmth exchangers. teachers utilizing the publication as a direction textual content may perhaps receive complete options to the end-of-chapter difficulties through writing to: technology advertising Dept., Oxford college Press, 198 Madison Ave., manhattan, big apple 10016 (please contain university identify and direction identification).
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4. 1 8) angle for average value of heat transfer coefficient rotational angle temperature difference excess superheat ' ideal' superheat defined by eq. 3 1 ) boiling point range of mixture constant in eq. 32) factor used in Baker flow pattern chart in eq. ( 1 . 1 7) parameter used in Chisholm correlation collision frequency most critical wavelength Taylor instability wavelength (eq. 6 1) viscosity mean viscosity of homogeneous fluid viscosity of bulk liquid liquid viscosity difference in viscosity between liquid and gas phases Introduced in Chapter 6 11 11 11 12 5 s deg.
It is the prime purpose of this text to present in a logical and coherent manner the current state of the art in estimating the important engineering parameters in convective boiling and condensation. The usual design vari able s of interest are the rates of heat (or mass) transfer and the pressure losses in a particular context. It is often important to know those phenomena which might impose some limitation upon the performance of a specific item of equi pment such as a change in hydrodynamic or heat transfer process or regime.
The available information is reviewed in Chap ter 1 2. It is the prime purpose of this text to present in a logical and coherent manner the current state of the art in estimating the important engineering parameters in convective boiling and condensation. The usual design vari able s of interest are the rates of heat (or mass) transfer and the pressure losses in a particular context. It is often important to know those phenomena which might impose some limitation upon the performance of a specific item of equi pment such as a change in hydrodynamic or heat transfer process or regime.