Indexed on: 01 Jun '18Published on: 01 Jun '18Published in: Heat and Mass Transfer
Experimental investigation into flow boiling critical heat flux (CHF) characteristics in narrow rectangular channels was performed under rotating state using distilled water as working fluids. The effects of mass velocity, inlet temperature and heating orientation on CHF under dynamic load were analyzed and discussed in this paper. The results show that the dynamic load obviously influences the CHF through enhancing two-phase mixing up and bubble separating. The greater the dynamic load, the higher the CHF values. The CHF values increase with the increase of mass velocity and inlet subcooling in the experimental range. The magnitude of CHF increase with the dynamic load for bottom heating is greater than that for up heating. The present study and its newly correlation may provide some technical supports in designing the airborne vapor cycle system.