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Microchannel Phase Change Transport Phenomena

  • ID: 3387269
  • Book
  • September 2015
  • 356 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Microchannel Heat transfer is the cooling application of high power density microchips in the CPU system, micropower systems and many other large scale thermal systems requiring effective cooling capacity. This book offers the latest research and recommended models on the microsize cooling system which not only significantly reduces the weight load, but also enhances the capability to remove much greater amount of heat than any of large scale cooling systems.

A detailed reference in microchannel phase change (boiling and condensation) including recommended models and correlations for various requirements such as pressure loss, and heat transfer coefficient.

Researchers, engineers, designers and students will benefit from the collated, state-of-the-art of the research put together in this book and its systematic, addressing all the relevant issues and providing a good reference for solving problems of critical analysis.

  • Up-to-date information will help delineate further research direction in the microchannel heat transfer
  • The latest modeling information and recommendations will help in design method and purpose

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Introduction

Scale differentiation

Flow pattern with bubble growth

Heat transfer with models

Pressure drop

Instabilities

Onset of nucleate boiling

Void fraction

Liquid film thickness

Critical heat flux

Condensation and boiling enhancement

Convective condensation

Predictive methods

Conclusion

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Saha, Sujoy Kumar
Dr. Sujoy Kumar Saha is in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur for nearly twenty years. He is currently Professor in the Department and Prof. Saha was the Chairman of the Department during 2012-2014. Professor Saha specializes in teaching and research in heat Transfer, thermodynamics, refrigeration and air conditioning and fluid mechanics in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level. He is the Director of Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics Laboratory of the institute. Professor Saha is in the Editorial Boards and the Editorial Advisory Boards of several leading international heat transfer and fluid mechanics journals. He is a Fellow of ASME and IMechE, London, Chartered Engineer of Engineering Council of UK, Member of American Chemical Society and Fellow of Indian Science Congress Association among several other learned societies. Prof. Saha serves, as a Member, in the International Scientific Council of International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer and the Assembly of World Conferences on Experimental Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics.
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