latent heat of vaporization


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latent heat of vaporization

[′lāt·ənt ¦hēt əv ‚vā·pə·rə′zā·shən]
(thermodynamics)
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15[degrees]C (mean bias), the Clausius-Clapeyron equation can be used to estimate the boiling point temperature of water in pressures typical of Earth's lower atmosphere, even when using a rough estimate of the value of the latent heat of vaporization.
The following Equation (16) to calculate the latent heat of vaporization of water for crambe fruit results from changing the values of "a", "b" and "m" in the equation proposed by Correa et al.
The amount of heat that can be transported as latent heat of vaporization is usually several orders of magnitude larger than that which can be transported as sensible heat in a conventional convective system.
The integral isosteric heat of sorption was obtained by adding the value of latent heat of vaporization of free water to the values of net isosteric heat of sorption, according to Eq.
where [LAMBDA] = evaporative fraction [[LAMBDA] = [[lambda]E/([lambda]E + H)] on the instantaneous time basis (-); [lambda] are latent heat of vaporization (J/Kg) and [[rho].
25[degrees]C) and the highest latent heat of vaporization among known refrigerants (1370.
These values were encountered by adding up the value of latent heat of vaporization of pure water, which represents the lower quantity of energy required to vaporize water.
ma], is the sum of the heat content of moist air plus the latent heat of vaporization [h.
High latent heat of vaporization which increases the amount of heat absorbed by the ethanol and as a consequence of slow rate of burn.
The effects of premature nucleation sites inherent on contacting surface can be eliminated either by superheating liquid droplet in an immiscible liquid of high boiling point or by heating the contacting surface with the test liquid rapidly so that the heat transfer to the liquid exceeds the latent heat of vaporization of the liquid (known as pulse heating method with fine platinum wires) as described by Skripov (1974).