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Transient critical heat flux for subcooled boiling of water flowing upward through a vertical small-diameter tube with exponentially increasing heat inputs
Journal of Thermal Science and Technology
Knowledge of transient critical heat flux (CHF) for subcooled boiling of water flow is important for the design of cooling devices such as fusion reactor divertor. Heating occurs rapidly in the divertor and the heat flux is estimated to reach 10 MW/m 2 because of plasma disruption. To cope with such a heat flux under the transient condition, the use of a small inner diameter tube (< 3 mm diameter) is recommended, since the use of a smaller inner diameter tube results in a higher CHF. Thedoi:10.1299/jtst.2016jtst0037 fatcat:wn6inkwxu5fsdhxf377mgwo5ie