Advances in Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer, Volume 2 by Lixin Cheng and Dieter Mewes (Ed)

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This correlation takes into account the effect of vapor pressure, heat flux, amount of liquid filling and inclination angle are as follows. 86 × 10 −3 θ )⎥ ⎢⎜ ⎟ ⎦⎥ ⎣⎢⎝ D ⎠ (W/m2K) (49) Recently, an alternative correlation is given by Hussein et al [62] for condensation heat transfer for inclined wickless heat pipe flat-plate solar collectors based theoretical analysis and best fitted the available experimental data. 26 Advances in Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer Vol. 385 ]⎤ ⎥ ⎥⎦ (W/m2K) (50) Correlations for Condensation in the Presence of Non-Condensable Presence of even a small amount of non-condensable gas in the condensing vapor leads to a significant reduction in heat transfer during condensation.

31] who used expressions of drop coalescence and breakage frequency to estimate at each phase fraction the “stationary” drop size where coalescence and break up are balanced. Phase inversion would then occur at the dispersed phase volume fraction where the stationary drop size diverges. 87ε1 / 3 d 7 / 3 n (d ) 2 exp(− αt d ) ti (5) where G(d)is the breakage rate and Λ (d ) the coalescence rate of drops with mean diameter d, ε is the average energy dissipation rate per unit mass, σ is the interfacial tension, n(d) represents the number density of droplets of diameter d, td and ti are the film drainage time and drop interacting time, respectively.

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