hw_6_addendum - 2.57JI22.36J T WO-PHASE FLOW AND BOILING H...

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2.57JI22.36J TWO-PHASE FLOW AND BOILING HEAT TRANSFER PROBLEM J J - 1 HEAT UP AND QUENCH USING THE WHOLE BOILING CURVE (PART 1) Introduction - This problem is divided into two parts - developing the whole boiling curve from a quench experiment and then using a curve like that to predict the temperature-time relation for a surface in system which undergoing LOCA. Part 1 - The goal of the experiment described below is to determine the whole boiling curve from a quench test on the test section. The test section is short enough so that the fluid conditions at the point in question hardly change in the course of the experiment. A schematic of the loop is shown in Figure 1 while a detail of the test section and its dimensions is shown in Figure 2. The pre- heater delivers at constant pressure a constant mass velocity and quality to the test section. The pressure, mass velocity, and quality, are all quantities that can be controlled in the loop. The test section is (hopefully) long enough so that, at the
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course CHEMICAL E 20.410j taught by Professor Rogerd.kamm during the Spring '03 term at MIT.

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