publication . Article . Other literature type . 1966

The heat transfer from a hot wall to impinging water drops in the spheroidal state

N.A.J. Westerling; L.H.J. Wachters;
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  • Published: 01 Nov 1966 Journal: Chemical Engineering Science, volume 21, pages 1,047-1,056 (issn: 0009-2509, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract
Abstract The heat transfer from a hot metal wall to impinging mist droplets has been studied with a non-stationary method. The heat transfer rate has been determined by differentiation of the cooling curve of a thin metal disc, that was heated to a high temperature, and then cooled by a mist of steam and water droplets flowing perpendicular to it. The droplets were about 60 microns in diameter and had velocities of about 5 m/sec. The experimental results have been compared with a theoretical estimation based upon the assumption that the drops obtain the fully-developed spheroidal state. The estimation was made by extrapolating a theory, confirmed by experiments ...
Subjects
arXiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics
free text keywords: Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Applied Mathematics, General Chemistry, General Chemical Engineering, Heat transfer, Mist, Micrometre, Drop (liquid), Thermodynamics, Atmospheric temperature range, Cooling curve, Mechanics, Chemistry, Evaporation, Perpendicular
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