Provides a comprehensive coverage of the basic phenomena. It contains twenty-five chapters which cover different aspects of boiling and condensation. First the specific topic or phenomenon is described, followed by a brief survey of previous work, a phenomenological model based on current understanding, and finally a set of recommended design equations or correlations. Detailed references are listed at the end of each chapter for further reading.
Table of Contents
Preface Nomenclature Contributors 1.Vapor Liquid Equilibrium Properties 2.Representation of Solid-Liquid-Vapor Phase Interactions 3.Boiling Curve 4.Nucleate Boiling 5.Enhancement Techniques in Pool Boiling 6.Critical Heat Flux in Pool Boiling 7.Film and Transition Boiling 8.Introduction and Basic Models 8.Fluid Mechanics Aspects of Two-Phase Flow 9.Fluid Mechanics Aspects of Two-Phase Flow 10.Two-Phase Flow Instabilities 11.Critical Two-Phase Flow 12.Two-Phase Flow and Boiling Heat Transfer in Tube Bundles 13.External Flow Film Boiling 14.Augmentation Techniques and External Flow Boiling 15.Flow Boiling in Circular Tubes 16.Flow Boiling in Advanced Geometries and Applications 17.CHF and Post-CHF (Post-Dryout) Heat Transfer 18.Flow Boiling Augmentation 19.Film Condensation 20.Dropwise Condensation 21.Direct Contact Condensation 22.Augementation Techniques in External Condensation 23.Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop in Internal Flow Condensation 24.Augementation Techniques and Condensation Inside Advanced Geometries 25.Instrumentation in Boiling and Condensation Studies Conversion Factors for Commonly Used Quantities Conversion Factors in Different Units Index