"A film boiling study was conducted with five different area flat plates at atmospheric pressure for benzene, Freon 113, Freon 11, and n-pentane. The heat transfer surface was horizontal for all tests.
The data were compared to the correlations commonly used for heat transfer. The common correlations were found to be in error for small surface sizes, but adequate for all fluids except benzene for the largest surface, a semi-empirical equation which correlates the available data as a function of surface diameter was derived and discussed"--Abstract, page iii.
Crosser, Orrin K.
Johnson, James W., 1930-2002
Gaddy, J. L.
Flanigan, V. J.
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
The Phillips Petroleum Company
University of Missouri--Rolla. Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 93 pages
© 1973 Richard Stanley Kistler, All rights reserved.
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Heat -- Transmission
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Kistler, Richard Stanley, "Film boiling of benzene, freon 113, freon 11, and normal pentane from horizontal surfaces at atmospheric pressure" (1973). Doctoral Dissertations. 235.
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