A unique complex of large-scaled setups has been developed at the Institute
for the study of heat and mass transfer in two-phase systems. The IR
thermography, electric-chemical, and capacity methods, speed photography,
and video shooting are being used to measure the local characteristics of
two-phase multicomponent systems.
A film condensation of vapor, under various geometry and regime
parameters, was studied including porous and grained media. It was
determined during vapor condensation on tube bundles, that vapor condensates
on overcooled drops and jets in the intra tube space.
Crisis and transition phenomena were studied during boiling under the
conditions of free and forced convection in cryogenic liquids, freons, and
other liquids. The instability of the bubble structure of evaporation was
determined. When liquid is being heated above the threshold values,
evaporation fronts are formed on the surface of the vapor bubble. These
fronts propagate in a metastable liquid with a constant velocity, which by
order, exceeds the velocity of a bubble growth.
The investigation circuit for hydrodynamics and
heat transfer during the forced two-phase flow of cryogenic liquids.
The thermogram of liquid film flowing down a
vertical plane with a local heat source of 6.5+13 mm.
The study condensation of vapor film.
The crisis and dynamics of the
changing boiling regimes were studied using different heat release laws.
Description models for the development of a nonstationary crisis were proposed.
The effect of the law and temp of the heat load's increase was studied together
with the heater's time lag, and pressure reduced by a value of the critical heat
flux. The stability and development of one and two-dimensional sites of film
boiling are being investigated. Criteria which characterize the boundary
conditions at the front of changing boiling regimes are determined depending on
the thermophysical and geometrical parameters of the heat-liberating surface.
The studying of heat transfer and hydrodynamics during heating, evaporation,
boiling, and the heat transfer crisis in flowing liquid films is in progress.
Thermocapillary convection, underheating, and the heaters' sizes are being
investigated. Experiments are being carried out using a wide range of fluids
such as water, ethanol, freons, nitrogen, carbon perfluorates, and their
mixtures. A phenomenon of horizontal standing wave was determined during the
evaporation of a downward liquid film flow underheated lower than the saturation
temperature. Calculation dependencies for the critical heat flux in flowing
films of saturated liquid arebeing obtained for different ranges of the changing
The modeling of interconnected heat and substance transfers in two-phase
multicomponent systems is one of the investigation directions. The main
peculiarity of these systems is mass transfer from one phase to another,
accompanied by the great release or absorption of heat. Precise analytical
solutions are being obtained in the framework of the developed models for one of
the above processes of vapor or gas absorption by liquids. These solutions are
used for the calculation of efficient absorption apparatus including heat pumps
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