The effect of flow geometry on critical heat flux.

Khaled. Joober
An extensive and systematic literature review on the effect of flow geometry on the Critical Heat Flux (CHF) has been performed. This review covers most of the flow geometries such as tubes, concentric and eccentric annuli, rectangular channels, irregular-shaped channels and bundles. The following geometric parameters have been found to strongly influence the CHF: (i) hydraulic-equivalent diameter, (ii) heated-equivalent diameter, (iii) gap size, (iv) unheated adjacent surface, (v) heated adjacent surface, (vi) curvature, (vii) eccentricity...
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