Predictions of Heat Transfer and Flow Circulations in Differentially Heated Liquid Columns With Applications to Low-Pressure Evaporators

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Panesar, JS; Heggs, PJ; Burns, AD; Ma, L; Graham, SJ;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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    arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics

Numerical computations are presented for the temperature and velocity distributions of two differentially heated liquid columns with liquor depths of 0.1 m and 2.215 m, respectively. The temperatures in the liquid columns vary considerably with respect to position for p... View more
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