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Advances in Heat Transfer Volume 35

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Title: Advances in Heat Transfer Volume 35
Author: James Hartnett, Thomas Irvine & Young Cho
ISBN: 012020035X / 9780120200351
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 322
Publisher: Academic Press
Year: 2001
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Heat transfer is the exchange of heat energy between a system and its surrounding environment, which results from a temperature difference and takes place by means of a process of thermal conduction, mechanical convection, or electromagnetic radiation. Advances in Heat Transfer is designed to fill the information gap between regularly scheduled journals and university-level textbooks by providing in-depth review articles over a broader scope than is allowable in either journals or texts.

Contributors
Preface

PART I : THERMAL PERFORMANCE TESTING OF INDUSTRIAL HEAT EXCHANGERS
Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Test Methods
Chapter 3 : Analysis of Results
Chapter 4 : Uncertainty Assessment
Chapter 5 : Conclusions

PART II : BOILING HEAT TRANSFER AND BUBBLE DYNAMICS IN MICROGRAVITY
Chapter 6 : Introduction
Chapter 7 : Compensation of Earth Gravity
Chapter 8 : Boiling Curve at 1-g and u-g
Chapter 9 : Realization of Experiments
Chapter 10 : Heat Transfer at Saturated Nucleate Boiling
Chapter 11 : Heat Transfer at Subcooled Nucleate Boiling
Chapter 12 : Critical Heat Flux
Chapter 13 : Film Boiling
Chapter 14 : Conclusions Drawn form Microgravity Boiling
Chapter 15 : Bubble Growth Model
Chapter 16 : Bubble and Boiling Dynamics
Chapter 17 : Why Enhancement? Why Diminution?
Chapter 18 : Application of Boiling in Microgravity
Chapter 19 : Conclusions and Future Perspectives

PART III : HEAT TRANSFER AND FLUID FLOW IN ROTATING SEALED CAVITITES
Chapter 20 : Introduction
Chapter 21 : Infinite Rotating Disk Flows
Chapter 22 : Finite Unshrouded Disk Systems
Chapter 23 : Isothermal Sealed Cavities
Chapter 24 : Sealed Cavities with an Imposed Thermal Gradient
Chapter 25 : Two-Equation Turbulence Model and Low Reynolds Number Effects
Chapter 26 : Turbulence Modeling for Rotational Effects
Chapter 27 : Numerical Convergence Considerations
Chapter 28 : Concluding Remarks

PART IV : RECENT ADVANCES IN THE MODELING AND APPLICATIONS OF NONCONVENTIONAL HEAT PIPES
Chapter 29 : Introduction
Chapter 30 : Thermal Analysis
Chapter 31 : Thermodynamics and Fundamental Aspects
Chapter 32 : Heat Pipe Startup from the Frozen State
Chapter 33 : Discrete Heat Sources at the Evaporator
Chapter 34 : Heat Pipe Applications
Chapter 35 : Micro Heat Pipes
Chapter 36 : Thermosyphons
Chapter 37 : Capillary Pumped Loops
Chapter 38 : Inventions and Patents
Chapter 39 : Closure

Index

 
 
 
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