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Heat transfer in microgravity systems, 1994

presented at 1994 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, November 6-11, 1994
  • 101 Pages
  • 0.68 MB
  • English

American Society of Mechanical Engineers , New York
Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses., Reduced gravity environments -- Congresses., Liquids -- Effect of reduced gravity on -- Congresses., Crystal growth -- Effect of reduced gravity on -- Congresses., Matter -- Effect of reduced gravity on -- Congre
Statementsponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by S.S. Sadhal, A. Gopinath.
SeriesHTD ;, vol. 290, HTD (Series) ;, v. 290.
ContributionsSadhal, S. S., Gopinath, A. 1964-, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division., International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (1994 : Chicago, Ill.)
LC ClassificationsTJ260 .H39452 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 101 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL892958M
ISBN 100791814084
LC Control Number95183494

Heat transfer in microgravity systems, presented at International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, NovemberAuthor: S S Sadhal ; A Gopinath ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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Experimental study on condensation heat transfer of FC in a narrow rectangular channel with ellipse-shape pin fins: Ground and microgravity experiments International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Cited by: Heat Transfer in Aerospace Applications is the first book to provide an overall description of various heat transfer issues of relevance for aerospace applications.

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Dominant cause of diffusion in microgravity. • A is transported by two means: (a) bulk motion of the fluid, and (b) molecular diffusion.

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• Mass flux is defined as the mass flowrate of species A per unit area perpendicular to the flow: m˙ II A =˙m A/A () m˙ II A has the units kg/(s m 2).File Size: KB. Review of Condensation Heat Transfer in Microgravity Environments Article in Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 20(3) July with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Since heat is neither a property of a system nor contained in a system, we speak of heat as a mode of energy transfer accompanied by a net amount of entropy transfer uniquely specified by the energy transfer as well as the temperature at which it occurs.

We may transfer heat by three different modes: conduction, convection, and radiation. Depending on the flow orientation and the phase velocities, gravitational forces could significantly alter the flow regime, and hence the pressure-drop and heat-transfer coefficients associated with the flow. A reduced gravity environment (or "microgravity"), provides an excellent tool to study the flow without the masking effects of cturer: Springer.

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International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 56, No. Evaluation of using two-phase frictional pressure drop correlations for normal gravity to microgravity and reduced gravity Advances in Space Research, Vol.

49, No. 2Cited by:   Report on Microgravity Experiments of Marangoni Convection Aboard International Space Station Hiroshi Kawamura.

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Hiroshi Kawamura. Tokyo University of Science, Suwa, ChinoNagano, "Report on Microgravity Experiments of Marangoni Convection Aboard International Space Station." ASME. Heat Transfer.

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Heat Transfer (August, ) Marangoni Instability in a Finite Container-Transition Between Short and Long Wavelengths Modes J. Heat Transfer (February, ). of heat and mass from the fluid and into the solid inherently influences the.

formation of the material and its resultant properties. The International Space Station (ISS) provides a long-duration spaceflight environment for conducting microgravity experiments whose purpose is to examine the effect of heat and mass transport on materials processes. Fundamentals of Convective Heat Transfer is a unified text that captures the physical insight into convective heat transfer and thorough, analytical, and numerical treatments.

It also focuses on the latest developments in the theory of convective energy and mass transport. The heat transfer rate to a thin solid combustible from an attached diffusion flame, spreading across the surface of the combustible in a quiescent, microgravity environment, was determined from measurements made in the drop tower facility at NASA-Lewis Research by: Microgravity: Effect of a Moving Local Heater on Liquid Film Structure.

Keywords Microgravity Heat transfer In Book of Abstracts. Two-phase systems for ground and space applications. Abstract The boiling heat transfer on a miniature heater has been measured under microgravity conditions during the IML 2 mission and under earth gravity after the mission in The boiling process was studied in the liquid FR by simultaneously measuring the heat-flux and the temperature of the by: 1.

Nucleate Pool Boiling in Microgravity. / In book: Heat Transfer - Theoretical Analysis, Experimental Investigations and Industrial Systems Crystal growth and transport rates. The Boiling Experiment Facility (BXF) is part of the International Space Station (ISS) Research Project which uses the ISS as a microgravity research platform.

The object of the BXF project is to study boiling heat transfer mechanisms in microgravity by incorporating two experiments in a single Size: 1MB. This paper reports an overview and some important results of microgravity experiments called Dynamic Surf, which have been conducted on board the International Space Station from to The present project mainly focuses on the relations between the Marangoni instability in a high-Prandtl-number (Pr= 67 and ) liquid bridge and the dynamic free surface deformation (DSD) as Cited by: Investigation of mechanisms in nucleate boiling under microgravity conditions is essential for the development of the cooling systems handling a large amount of waste heat.

A transparent heating surface with multiple arrays of 88 thin film temperature sensors and mini-heaters was developed for the clarification of boiling heat transfer Cited by: 3. Bridgman Crystal Growth of an Alloy With Thermosolutal Convection Under Microgravity Conditions James E.

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H. C., and Nelson, E. S.,“On Residual Acceleration During Space Experiments,” Heat Transfer in Microgravity Systems, J. Heat Transfer (August, ).A wide variety of industrial processes and systems rely on phase chan ge heat and mass transfer in the three-phase contact line region, the junction of the liquid with the vapor and the solid.Microgravity Research in Support of Technologies for the Human Exploration and Development of Space heat transfer in combustion systems, and heat transfer in materials processing.

Microgravity Research in Support of Technologies for the Human Exploration and Development of Space and Planetary Bodies was commissioned by NASA to assist it.