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Heat transfer from molten materials to liquids.

Gareph Boxley

Heat transfer from molten materials to liquids.

by Gareph Boxley

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Published by University of Aston. Department of Chemistry in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Aston in Birmingham 1980.

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Open LibraryOL13773817M

materials or corrosion. To better realize the full potential of liquid metals as effective heat transfer fluids (HTFs), research efforts are needed to rapidly screen candidate materials, identify the most promising compositional spaces, and validate and improve material databases. Fluid mechanics and heat transfer are key to the understanding and improvement of mechanical systems. A more fundamental and insightful understanding of turbulence (the nonlinear and apparently chaotic motion of fluids and thermal fields) remains one of the great challenges of all engineering and science. The apparently structural patterns that appear in nature and designed systems has led to.

Abstract. This chapter presents the definitions and properties of liquids, including inorganic and organic solvents, commercial aqueous solutions of acids and bases, molten salts, liquid metals, heat transfer fluids, and heavy liquids.A table containing a comprehensive list of the properties of more than liquids is also included. •A variety of high-intensity heat transfer processes are involved with combustion and chemical reaction in the gasifier unit itself. •The gas goes through various cleanup and pipe-delivery processes to get to our heat transfer processes involved in these stages are generally less intense.

conductivity, specific heat capacity, latent heat, solidus and liquidus temperatures, and density must be known for heat-transfer operations. Viscosity, density, wetting angle, and surface tension of the molten alloy are required for fluid flow operations. In addition to the metal proper-ties, mold materials properties are also needed. Dynalene’s line of heat transfer fluids includes high performing glycol-based coolants such as Propylene Glycol, Ethylene Glycol, BioGlycol, Solar Glycol, GeoGlycol, and liquids manufactured involving innovative and proprietary chemistries such as potassium formate, hydrocarbons, silicone and molten salts. Dynalene fluids are offered in 1, 5.


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Molten salts (or ionic liquids) represent a unique class of electrochemical systems. These materials may be corrosive, moisture- or oxygen-sensitive, and/or with a high melting temperature.

All these factors must be taken into account in the design of electrochemical cells for molten salt research. Liquid–vapour phase change is a useful and efficient process to transfer energy in nature, as well as in numerous domestic and industrial applications.

Relatively recent advances in altering Cited by: Heat transfer by natural convection from a horizontal cylinder is described by the formula (6) where Nu = αd/λ, Pr = c p η/λ and Gr = gd 3 ρ 2 βΔT/η 2 where c p is the specific heat capacity, η the viscosity, g the acceleration due to gravity, ΔT the temperature difference between the Heat transfer from molten materials to liquids.

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