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Theory of laminar film condensation

Tetsu Fujii

Theory of laminar film condensation

by Tetsu Fujii

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Condensation.,
  • Vapors.,
  • Boundary layer.,
  • Laminar flow.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementTetsu Fujii.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC304 .F85 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 213 p. :
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1538795M
    ISBN 100387975411
    LC Control Number91017241

    to minimum depth at the plate edge. The analysis of film condensation about a horizontal flat plate in a porous medium with surface tension effects is developed under the following assumptions. vega-books.com flow is steady and laminar. vega-books.com inertia within the film is negligible (a creeping film flow is assumed). Condensation of a Vapor in the Presence of a Non-Condensing Gas Introduction The first mathematical treatment of the condensation pro¬ cess was developed by Nusselt^^ in By assuming film condensation and laminar flow in the condensing film, with gravity the .

    The paper reviews basic theoretical studies of laminar film condensation since Nusselt (). Particular attention is given to those investigations in which the relative importance of the additional complicating factors is revealed and where approximate heat-transfer formulae are vega-books.com by: Incropera's Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer has been the gold standard of heat transfer pedagogy for many decades, with a commitment to continuous improvement by four authors’ with more than years of combined experience in heat transfer education, research and practice. Applying the rigorous and systematic problem-solving methodology that this text pioneered an abundance of.

    The main parameter characterizing transition is the Reynolds number. Transition is often described as a process proceeding through a series of stages. "Transitional flow" can refer to transition in either direction, that is laminar–turbulent transitional or turbulent–laminar transitional flow. Theory. The flamelet concept considers the turbulent flame as an aggregate of thin, laminar (Re.


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Since the petroleum crisis in the s, a lot of effort to save energy was made in industry, and remarkable achievements have been made. In the research and development concerning thermal energy, however, it was clar­ ified that one of the most important problems was manufacturing con­ densingAuthor: Tetsu Fujii.

Get this from a library. Theory of Laminar Film Condensation. [Tetsu Fujii] -- The correct design and manufacturing of highly efficient condensing systems is currently hampered by an insufficient understanding of the condensation phenomena, both in its fundamental and.

Since the petroleum crisis in the s, a lot of effort to save energy was made in industry, and remarkable achievements have been made. In the research and development concerning thermal energy, however, it was clar­ ified that one of the most important problems was manufacturing con­ densing systems with smaller size and higher performance.

vega-books.com: Theory of Laminar Film Condensation (): Tetsu Fujii: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account Cited by: Developing a new treatment of ‘Free Convection Film Flows and Heat Transfer’ began in Shang’s first monograph and is continued in this monograph.

The current book displays the recent developments of laminar forced convection and forced film condensation. It is aimed at revealing the true features.

Theory of laminar film condensation. Book Fujii, T. This book deals with steady laminar film condensation on a vertical flat surface as a base for clarifying film condensation phenomena.

The numerical analyses are mainly confined to the similarity solution of the vapor liquid two-phase boundary layer equations, and the results are formulated so. The current book displays the recent developments of laminar forced convection and forced film condensation.

It is aimed at revealing the true features of heat and mass transfer with forced convection film flows to model the deposition of thin layers. The mechanisms of condensation in compact exchangers (Thonon and Chopard, ) are essentially those of gravity-controlled film condensation, for which a Nusselt-type theory applies, and a shear-controlled process in which convective mechanisms dominate.

Compact exchangers have an advantage again, in general, in that the condensate drainage. Liquid Vapor Phase Change Phenomena: An Introduction to the Thermophysics of Vaporization and Condensation Processes in Heat Transfer Equipment, Second Edition by Van P.

Carey | Nov 19, out of 5 stars 7. Reactive multicomponent vapor condensation inside vertical tubes involves simultaneous transfer of mass and energy between vapor and condensed thin liquid film. Among the modeling tools most popular is the film theory where diffusional interactions, particularly in the vapor phase, are of critical importance for condensable components.

In this. The greatest departures from Nusselt’s theory were observed at low Prandtl numbers. In view of the parallels between natural convection and laminar film condensation, it was a natural pro-gression for Sparrow and Gregg [5] to consider the possible existence of similarity solutions for non-isother-mal conditions at the plate.

Laminar Film Condensation Heat Transfer on a Vertical, Non-Isothermal, Semi-Infinite Plate 3 assumed to be constant and g is the acceleration due to gravity. Viscous dissipation and the effects of interfacial shear on the free surface of the condensate are assumed to be negligibly vega-books.com: Jian-Jun Shu.

This solution explores the vast space of mixed convection across the four cornerstones of laminar film condensation boundary layer theory, two established by Koh for pure vapor condensation in the free or forced convection regimes and the other two established by Sparrow corresponding to condensation with vega-books.com by: 1.

The traditional problems of laminar film condensation on plates and tubes are covered in some detail including natural and forced convection problems, the effect of vapor superheat and of the Author: John W.

Rose. Apr 04,  · A relatively simple theory of annular laminar film condensation in microchannels, based on the Nusselt approximations for the condensate film and a theoretically based approximation for the vapor shear stress, has no empirical input and gives the local heat transfer coefficient and local quality for given vapor mass flux and vapor–surface temperature difference distribution along the vega-books.com: Hua Sheng Wang, John W.

Rose. @article{osti_, title = {Diffusion layer theory for turbulent vapor condensation with noncondensable gases}, author = {Peterson, P.F. and Schrock, V.E. and Kageyama, T.}, abstractNote = {In turbulent condensation with noncondensable gas, a thin noncondensable layer accumulates and generates a diffusional resistance to condensation and sensible heat transfer.

Nov 01,  · Read "Laminar film condensation heat transfer of hydrogen and nitrogen inside a vertical tube, Heat Transfer - Asian Research" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Modeling of laminar film-wise condensation. The half-tube data are in good agreement with laminar condensate film theory, with significantly less scatter than the data for a whole tube. Heat transfer during film condensation of a pure saturated potassium vapor on a horizontal surface. Heat transfer during film condensation of potassium vapor in the presence of a small quantity of non-condensable gas.

Until now, the discrepancy between theory and experiment concerning. springer, Developing a new treatment of ‘Free Convection Film Flows and Heat Transfer’ began in Shang’s first monograph and is continued in this monograph. The current book displays the recent developments of laminar forced convection and forced film condensation.

It is aimed at revealing the true features of heat and mass transfer with forced convection film flows to model the.Capillary condensation is the "process by which multilayer adsorption from the vapor [phase] into a porous medium proceeds to the point at which pore spaces become filled with condensed liquid from the vapor [phase]." The unique aspect of capillary condensation is that vapor condensation occurs below the saturation vapor pressure, P sat, of the pure liquid.• Derive a relation for the heat transfer coefficient in laminar film condensation over a vertical plate, • Calculate the heat flux associated with condensation on inclined and horizontal plates, vertical and horizontal cylinders or spheres, and tube bundles, • Examine dropwise condensation and understand the.