transition boiling

transition boiling

[tran‚zish·ən ′bȯil·iŋ]
(physical chemistry)
A stage in the boiling process that follows fully developed nucleate boiling, precedes film boiling, and has features of both of those stages, in which a decrease in the heat flux accompanies an increase in wall superheat, making it highly unstable.
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