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Title: FLOW BOILING STUDIES IN A MICROCHANNEL
Authors: Singh, Pradeep
Keywords: MECHANICAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
FLOW BOILING STUDIES
MICROCHANNEL
HEAT TRANSFER
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: The extremely high rates of heat transfer obtained by employing microchannels make them an attractive to the conventional methods of heat dissipation,. especially in applications related to the cooling of microelectronics. Due to high performance of electronic components, the heat generation is increasing dramatically. Heat dissipation becomes a significant issue in efficiency promotion and stable operation. Experimental tests were conducted to investigate the characteristics of fluid flow and heat transfer in microchannel. ifefrigerant (R245) was used as a working fluid and flowed through the microchannel of 0.4mm in the experiments. Experimental results of flow characteristics indicated that the flow behavior was in the laminar regime when Re=100-700. The phenomenon shows that the surface roughness, viscosity, and channel geometry have great effects on flow characteristics in microchannels.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10621
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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