Direct contact evaporation

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Direct contact evaporation processes are the most effective cooling strategies when the coolant is mixed with the medium it will cool. Since direct contact evaporation requires no container to separate the coolant from the medium to be cooled, there are no corresponding thermal resistances.
Direct contact evaporation processes are the most effective cooling strategies when the coolant is mixed with the medium it will cool. Since direct contact evaporation requires no container to separate the coolant from the medium to be cooled, there are no corresponding thermal resistances.
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==Evaporation of a Liquid Droplet in a Hot Gas==
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''See Main Article'' [[Evaporation of a Liquid Droplet in a Hot Gas]] <br>
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==Evaporation of a Liquid Jet in a Pure Vapor==
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''See Main Article'' [[Evaporation of a Liquid Jet in a Pure Vapor]] <br>

Current revision as of 17:48, 6 June 2010

Direct contact evaporation processes are the most effective cooling strategies when the coolant is mixed with the medium it will cool. Since direct contact evaporation requires no container to separate the coolant from the medium to be cooled, there are no corresponding thermal resistances.

Evaporation of a Liquid Droplet in a Hot Gas

See Main Article Evaporation of a Liquid Droplet in a Hot Gas

Evaporation of a Liquid Jet in a Pure Vapor

See Main Article Evaporation of a Liquid Jet in a Pure Vapor