The dynamics of Leidenfrost drops

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
van Limbeek, Michiel Antonius Jacobus;
  • Publisher: Universiteit Twente
  • Subject: METIS-320093 | IR-102780

Temperature control is omnipresent in today’s life: from keeping your fridge cold, maintaining a room at a pleasant temperature or preventing your computer from overheating. Efficient ways of heat transfer are often based on phase change, making use of the high latent h... View more
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