pool boiling

pool boiling

[′pül ‚bȯil·iŋ]
(physical chemistry)
Boiling of a liquid whose flow results from natural convection.
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The nucleate boiling term is calculated from the pool boiling HTC and modified with the suppression factor accounting for the degradation in effective wall superheat and the heat-flux-faction factor.
Pool boiling and flow boiling on micro- and nanostructured surfaces, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 63: 45-73.
It occurs at the transition between the boiling processes of pool boiling and evaporation in film, when the heat flux is critical.
In figure 2 it is shown the typical pool boiling curve developed firstly by Nukiyama [4].
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Heat transfer enhancement in pool boiling of a refrigerant fluid with wire nets structures, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 30(3): 263-275.
This was somewhat unexpected given the single-tube pool boiling results reported by van Rooyen and Thome (2012) that indicated very similar performance for R1234ze and R134a.
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Nucleate pool boiling heat transfer characteristics of refrigerant/oil mixtures on metal foam covers were experimentally investigated at a wide range of oil concentrations.
Pool boiling is the most common and familiar method of heating a container's contents, and is a remarkably efficient heat transfer method.
Electric Field Effects on Pool Boiling Heat Transfer experiments from the University of Maryland and University of Pisa, Italy; Jungho Kim and Paolo DiMarco, co-PIs.