An experimental study of the critical heat flux has been carried out for natural convective boiling at atmospheric pressure in vertical rectangular channels. Experiments in four kinds of test liquids (water, ethanol, freon 113, and benzene) have been made for the ratio l/s less than 120, in which l is the length of the heated surface and s is the width of the channels. A generalized correlation for the critical heat-flux data in the four test liquids is evolved.
Issue Section:Research Papers
Topics:Boiling, Critical heat flux, Atmospheric pressure, Benzene, Ethanol, Heat flux, Water
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