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Heat Transfer Research

DOI: 10.1615/HeatTransRes.v34.i1-2.170
9 pages

Development of the Theory of Boiling of Solutions with a Nonvolatile Component

A. V. Borishanskaya
All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Fats, St. Petersburg, Russia
V. V. Klyuchkin
All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Fats, St. Petersburg, Russia
A. N. Lisitsyn
All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Fats, St. Petersburg, Russia
A. V. Fedorov
All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Fats, St. Petersburg, Russia
V. S. Belyaev
All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Fats, St. Petersburg, Russia
O. A. Danilyuk
All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Fats, St. Petersburg, Russia

SINOPSIS

The results of investigation which do not contradict the general methodology of modeling the nucleate boiling process of solution are presented. The development of the boiling model based on experimental results is given and the earlier hypothesis of the mechanism of nucleate boiling heat transfer is confirmed. The experimental results explain the peculiarities of heat transfer of solutions with a nonvolatile component at high-temperature difference.


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