Evaporation

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Revision as of 13:48, 5 August 2010

Evaporation processes generally occur from liquid films, drops, and jets. Films may flow on a heated or adiabatic surface as a result of gravity or vapor shear. Drops may evaporate from a heated substrate, or they may be suspended in a gas mixture or immiscible fluid. Jets may be cylindrical in shape or elongated (ribbon-like).

Adiabatic walls, classical nusselt evaporation, laminar falling film with surface waves, turbulent falling film, surface spray cooling and heated wall.
Liquid droplet in a hot gas and liquid jet in a pure vapor.
Evaporation from cylindrical pore under low to moderate heat flux, fluid flow effect in pore/slots during evaporation, high heat flux, and evaporation in an inclined microchannel.
Wedge or cone in porous medium, and inverted meniscus in porous media.


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References

Faghri, A., Zhang, Y., and Howell, J. R., 2010, Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, Global Digital Press, Columbia, MO.

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