### Abstract

An equation for the prediction of the pool boiling critical heat flux of binary systems is proposed: q_{c} = [q_{c,1} x ̃ + q_{c,2}(1- x ̃)](1 + ΔT_{bP} ΔT_{c, I}) In this equation q_{c}, q_{c,1} and q_{c,2} are the boiling critical heat fluxes for the mixture, pure component 1 (the lighter component) and pure component 2, respectively. ΔT_{c,I} is the ideal superheat at critical heat flux of this mixture. ΔT_{bP}, the maximum rise in saturation temperature for a binary mixture of concentration x̃, is the temperature difference between the dew point curve and the bubble point curve at the bulk liquid composition. This equation has been compared with experimental data of ethanol-water and methylethylketone-water systems. Further testing for universal applicability is desirable.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 645-655 |

Number of pages | 11 |

Journal | International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer |

Volume | 15 |

Issue number | 5 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 1988 Jan 1 |

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### All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
- Chemical Engineering(all)
- Condensed Matter Physics

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*International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer*, vol. 15, no. 5, pp. 645-655. https://doi.org/10.1016/0735-1933(88)90055-3

**Prediction of pool boiling critical heat flux on binary,ixture using phase equilibrium data.** / Yang, Yu Min; Chou, Chen Chung.

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T1 - Prediction of pool boiling critical heat flux on binary,ixture using phase equilibrium data

AU - Yang, Yu Min

AU - Chou, Chen Chung

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N2 - An equation for the prediction of the pool boiling critical heat flux of binary systems is proposed: qc = [qc,1 x ̃ + qc,2(1- x ̃)](1 + ΔTbP ΔTc, I) In this equation qc, qc,1 and qc,2 are the boiling critical heat fluxes for the mixture, pure component 1 (the lighter component) and pure component 2, respectively. ΔTc,I is the ideal superheat at critical heat flux of this mixture. ΔTbP, the maximum rise in saturation temperature for a binary mixture of concentration x̃, is the temperature difference between the dew point curve and the bubble point curve at the bulk liquid composition. This equation has been compared with experimental data of ethanol-water and methylethylketone-water systems. Further testing for universal applicability is desirable.

AB - An equation for the prediction of the pool boiling critical heat flux of binary systems is proposed: qc = [qc,1 x ̃ + qc,2(1- x ̃)](1 + ΔTbP ΔTc, I) In this equation qc, qc,1 and qc,2 are the boiling critical heat fluxes for the mixture, pure component 1 (the lighter component) and pure component 2, respectively. ΔTc,I is the ideal superheat at critical heat flux of this mixture. ΔTbP, the maximum rise in saturation temperature for a binary mixture of concentration x̃, is the temperature difference between the dew point curve and the bubble point curve at the bulk liquid composition. This equation has been compared with experimental data of ethanol-water and methylethylketone-water systems. Further testing for universal applicability is desirable.

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