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This regime continues until boiling starts. The heat transfer coefficient in the boiling regime is suddenly increased.

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In this boiling regime, the bubbles appear on the heated surface, grow and are carried into the mainstream of the liquid, so that a bubbly flow regime prevails for some length of the tube.

As the volume fraction of the vapor increases, the individual bubbles coalesce and plugs or slugs of vapor are formed.

This regime is called the slug flow regime. As the vapor quality is increased, the flow becomes annular with a thin liquid layer on the wall and a vapor core.

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The vapor velocity is much higher than that of the liquid. The heat transfer coefficient remains high as long as the liquid film wets the wall.

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Eventually, dry spots appear on the wall and the heat transfer coefficient drops sharply. This is called the transition region, from the annular flow to the mist or fog flow Burnout sometimes occurs at this transition because a liquid film of high thermal conductivity is replaced by a low thermal conductivity vapor at the wall. The dry spots continue to expand until all the remaining liquid is in the form of fine droplets in the water. This is called the mist flow regime.

Beyond this point the vapor is superheated by forced convection from the surface. The trend of increase of heat flux with increase in excess temperature observed up to region III is reversed in region IV, called the film boiling region. This is due to the fact that bubbles now form so rapidly that they blanket the heating surface with a vapor film preventing the inflow of fresh liquid from taking their place. Now the heat must be transferred through this vapor film by conduction to the liquid to effect any further boiling.

Since the thermal conductivity of the vapor film is much less than that of the liquid, the value of q. In region IV the vapor film is not stable and collapses and reforms rapidly.

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With further increase in T the vapor film is stabilized and the heating surface is completely covered by a vapor blanket and the heat flux is the lowest as shown in region V. The surface temperatures required to maintain a stable film are high and under these conditions a sizeable amount of heat is lost by the surface due to radiation, as indicated in region VI.

The phenomenon of stable film boiling can be observed when a drop of water falls on a red hot stove. This is due to the formation of a stable steam film at the interface between the hot surface and the liquid droplet. From Fig. The equipment used for boiling should be designed to operate in this region only. The critical heat flux point A in Fig.

The temperature at point B is extremely high and normally above the melting point of the solid. Potter Free Download. Other Useful Links.

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With further increase in T the vapor film is stabilized and the heating surface is completely covered by a vapor blanket and the heat flux is the lowest as shown in region V.

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