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Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Convective Heat Transfer of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide at Low Mass Fluxes
Featured Application: Supercritical carbon dioxide Brayton cycle, geothermal system, nuclear reactor. Abstract: Significant differences in the heat transfer behaviors of supercritical carbon dioxide in a heated channel have been observed at different mass fluxes. At low mass fluxes, a unique heat transfer characteristic is accompanied by a monotonously smooth temperature variation without any temperature peak, even though the ratio of heat flux to mass flux (q/G) is high. In this study,doi:10.3390/app7121260 fatcat:qbaovob6xfckdcddyekvtudaqe