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Microgravity Two-phase Flow and Heat Transfer (Space Technology Library)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • PHYSICS,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Science,
  • Astrophysics & Space Science,
  • Mechanics - General,
  • Weights & Measures,
  • Heat,
  • Microgravity,
  • SPTL,
  • Technology / Engineering / Automotive,
  • Transfer

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8372116M
ISBN 101402051425
ISBN 109781402051425

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Depending on the flow orientation and the phase velocities, gravitational forces could significantly alter the flow regime, and hence the pressure-drop and heat-transfer coefficients associated with the flow. A reduced gravity environment (or "microgravity"), provides an excellent tool to study the flow without the masking effects of gravity. A reduced gravity environment (or "microgravity"), provides an excellent tool to study the flow without the masking effects of gravity. This book presents for the first time a comprehensive coverage of all aspects of two-phase flow behaviour in the virtual absence of gravity. Multiphase flow, the simultaneous flow of the different phases (states of matter) gas, liquid and solid, strongly depends on the level and direction of Physics of Fluids in Microgravity book. Physics of Fluids in Microgravity. DOI link for Physics of Fluids in Microgravity. Microgravity two-phase flow and heat transfer Author: Rodolfo Monti. Multiphase thermal systems have numerous applications in aerospace, heat-exchange, transport of contaminants in environmental systems, and energy transport and conversion systems. A reduced - or microgravity - environment provides an excellent tool for accurate study of the flow without the masking effects of gravity.

Researches on two-phase flow and pool boiling heat transfer in microgravity, which included ground-based tests, flight experiments, and theoretical analyses, were conducted in the National Microgravity Cited by: Michael Izenson This report documents two-phase fluid flow and heat transfer methods for microgravity environments. The applications of the work are thermal management. And represents the ratio of two-phase heat transfer coefficient of refrigerant–oil mixture to liquid-phase heat transfer coefficient of refrigerant–oil mixture. It is defined to quantify and analyze the oil influence on two-phase heat transfer performance. Besides the two-phase heat transfer multiplier (E), there is also the enhanced factor Cited by: 9. The papers are grouped as follows: capillary and two-phase flow in microgravity, bubble dynamics in microgravity, boiling heat transfer in microgravity, droplets and bubbles in microgravity, biological system behavior in microgravity.

  Physics of Fluids in Microgravity book. Physics of Fluids in Microgravity. DOI link for Physics of Fluids in Microgravity. Microgravity two-phase flow and heat transfer. View abstract. chapter 10 | 29 pages Transient and sloshing motions in an unsupported container. View by: Get this from a library! Microgravity two-phase flow and heat transfer. [Kamiel S Gabriel] -- Multiphase thermal systems (involving more than one phase or one component) have numerous applications in aerospace, heat-exchanger, transport of contaminants in environmental systems, and energy. Two-Phase Forced Convection • Measured heat transfer coefficients are sometimes lower than predicted by normal-gravity correlations • No experimental data for bubbly flow, little data for slug or annular flow. Phase-change heat transfer • Melting likely to be affected by thermocapillary forces, instead of buoyancy. Bengt Sundén, Juan Fu, in Heat Transfer in Aerospace Applications, Two-Phase Flow Measurements. Two-phase flows under microgravity conditions appear in a large number of important applications in fluid handling and storage and in spacecraft thermal and power systems (e.g., condensers, evaporators, piping system). The physics of this ubiquitous flow is, however, very complex and.