CRITICAL HEAT FLUX: AN OVERVIEW
Dinesh K. Chandraker
The design of heat transfer systems involving boiling two-phase flow is significantly governed by critical heat flux (CHF). CHF denotes the maximum flux that can be safely (or most efficiently) removed from process equipment in a boiling system. This chapter gives an overview of the boiling heat transfer process and the mechanisms that lead to CHF in different two-phase flow regimes.
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