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|Title:||Effect of surface vibration on boiling heat transfer froma copper flat circular disc|
|Citation:||Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer, 2016, Vol.23, 4, pp.299-314|
|Abstract:||This paper presents the experimental investigation of the effect of surface vibration on pool boiling heat transfer from a copper flat circular surface immersed in saturated water at atmospheric pressure. The forced vertical vibrations were induced on this copper test surface with the help of a mechanical vibrator. The frequency was varied in the range 0-25 Hz and the amplitude of vibration was varied in the range 0-5 mm. The results indicate that the heat transfer coefficient increases at low frequency and amplitudes; at higher amplitude and frequency, heat transfer deteriorates in the investigated range. Rohsenow-type correlation was developed, which predicts the present experimental data with an average absolute error of 30%. 2018 by Begell House, Inc.|
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