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A Frequency Analysis Method to Estimate the Relative Importance of Basset Force on Small Particles in Turbulence EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 139 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW
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The correct calculation of interphase forces exerted on particles is important for particle tracking and interphase interaction. The Basset history force, which accounts for unsteady drag effects, is often neglected in simulations because its calculation is very demanding in CPU time and memory requirements. Thus, it is significant to approximately estimate the relative importance of the Basset force before implementing relevant numerical simulations. In the present study, a frequency analysis method based on the characteristic frequency is developed to estimate the importance of the Basset force relative to the drag force. Both an analogy method and the Fourier analysis are used to estimate the characteristic frequency of the particle relative velocity. Then the frequency analysis method is verified by comparing the predicted values with the statistical values of the direct numerical simulations on the particle-laden channel turbulence. Within a wide range of particle parameters, the relative importance of the Basset force predicted by the frequency analysis method, both by the analogy method and via the Fourier analysis, agrees with that obtained from the direct numerical simulation. Although the amplitude of the Fourier transformation of the particle relative velocity reduced rapidly along with the dimensionless frequency, in cases where the particle Stokes number was not very large, it had a small but considerable peak under the dimensionless frequency from 1 to 1.6. This is caused by the interaction between light particles and the Kolmogorov dissipation vortex. It was also found that the Basset force was significant relative to the drag force in most cases of the present study. (c) 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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numerical simulation Basset history force particle-laden flow frequency analysis characteristic frequency

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GB/T 7714 Li, Zhenzhong , Wei, Jinjia , Bu, Shanshan et al. A Frequency Analysis Method to Estimate the Relative Importance of Basset Force on Small Particles in Turbulence [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW , 2021 , 139 .
MLA Li, Zhenzhong et al. "A Frequency Analysis Method to Estimate the Relative Importance of Basset Force on Small Particles in Turbulence" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW 139 (2021) .
APA Li, Zhenzhong , Wei, Jinjia , Bu, Shanshan , Yu, Bo . A Frequency Analysis Method to Estimate the Relative Importance of Basset Force on Small Particles in Turbulence . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW , 2021 , 139 .
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Orthogonal Preparation of SrFeO3-delta Nanocomposites as Effective Oxygen Transfer Agents for Chemical-Looping Steam Methane Reforming EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 35 (21) , 17848-17860 | ENERGY & FUELS
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Development of high-performance SrFeO3-delta-containing nanocomposites, which can be prepared by the Pechini method, for chemical-looping methane reforming is key to industrializing the chemical-looping reforming technique. To identify the importance of preparation parameters and screen the optimal ones with a relatively small number of experimental runs, an orthogonal experiment design was used in this work. The four parameters were the mole ratio of citrate to cations (CA/Me, factor A = 1, 2, and 3), the gelation temperature (factor B = 60, 80, and 100 degrees C), the cation concentration (factor C = 0.98, 0.49, and 0.33 mol/L), and the calcination temperature (factor D = 800, 1000, and 1200 degrees C). Regarding the specific surface area (SSA), the order of importance of the four factors is calcination temperature > CA/Me > gelation temperature > cation concentration. The sample prepared at a combination of A3B1C3D2 (3-60 degrees C-0.33 mol/L-1000 degrees C) has the largest SSA (28.25 m(2)/g), and high CA/Me ratios and low gelation temperatures result in big and porous particles. For nine nanocomposites, complete oxidation of methane occurs first, followed by partial oxidation of methane and then methane cracking at 950 degrees C and 1 atm in the reduction step of chemical-looping steam methane reforming. The first two reactions proceed until the lattice oxygen is depleted, but the last one takes place before the oxidation reactions are completed. As the redox cycle number increases, the first and last two reactions become insignificant. No combination can produce an oxygen carrier that exhibits high selectivity toward partial oxidation but low selectivity toward complete oxidation and methane cracking. Regarding methane conversion, syngas selectivity, and coke selectivity, the best combinations of CA/Me, gelation temperature, cation concentration, and calcination temperature are A2B1C1D1 (2-60 degrees C-0.98 mol/L-800 degrees C), A1B2C3D3 (1-80 degrees C-0.33 mol/L-1200 degrees C), and A3B3C2D3 (3-100 degrees C-0.49 mol/L-1200 degrees C), respectively. Concerning hydrogen purity in the oxidation step, the best combination is A3B3B3D3 (3-100 degrees C-0.33 mol/L-1200 degrees C).

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Yanshuo , Liu, Hui , Wang, Xinhe et al. Orthogonal Preparation of SrFeO3-delta Nanocomposites as Effective Oxygen Transfer Agents for Chemical-Looping Steam Methane Reforming [J]. | ENERGY & FUELS , 2021 , 35 (21) : 17848-17860 .
MLA Liu, Yanshuo et al. "Orthogonal Preparation of SrFeO3-delta Nanocomposites as Effective Oxygen Transfer Agents for Chemical-Looping Steam Methane Reforming" . | ENERGY & FUELS 35 . 21 (2021) : 17848-17860 .
APA Liu, Yanshuo , Liu, Hui , Wang, Xinhe , Ji, Xiaolin , Wei, Jinjia , Zhang, Junshe . Orthogonal Preparation of SrFeO3-delta Nanocomposites as Effective Oxygen Transfer Agents for Chemical-Looping Steam Methane Reforming . | ENERGY & FUELS , 2021 , 35 (21) , 17848-17860 .
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Polymerized Ionic Networks Solid Electrolyte with High Ionic Conductivity for Lithium Batteries EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 60 (12) , 4630-4638 | INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
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The performance of classical lithium-ion technologies based on liquid electrolytes has made great advances in the last two decades, but safety issues are inevitable for batteries assembled with liquid electrolytes, which have intrinsic instability. In response to this issue, solid polymer electrolytes are developed in the lithium batteries field extensively for improving safety issues, as well as miniaturizing and enhancing the energy densities. Considering the great advantages of polymerized ionic networks, such as facile synthesis, high charge density, and high stability, two polymerized ionic networks (PDM-TFSI-1 and PDM-TFSI-2) with different polysubstituted benzene groups have been developed. The new type of polymerized ionic network with cross-linked structure was synthesized by the simple radical copolymerization of 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate and methyl methacrylate monomers, kg mol(-1)) reacted with polysubstituted bromobenzene to form a cross-linked structure, and then the copolymer (M-n = 14.5 finally this was ion exchanged with bis(trifluoromethane)sulfonimide lithium salt (LiTFSI). The ionic networks filled with ionic liquid/LiTFSI mixture exhibit high ionic conductivity (1.0 x 10(-4) and 1.9 x 10(-4) S cm(-1)) and high decomposition potential (4.7 V vs Li/Li+) at 30 degrees C. The batteries were assembled by sandwiching the obtained polymer electrolytes between a LiFePO4 cathode and a lithium anode, exhibiting good cycling stability and specific capacity, suggesting that these novel kinds of solid polymer electrolyte are promising for application in next-generation lithium-ion batteries.

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GB/T 7714 Guo, Changxiang , Liu, Dong , Wei, Jinjia et al. Polymerized Ionic Networks Solid Electrolyte with High Ionic Conductivity for Lithium Batteries [J]. | INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH , 2021 , 60 (12) : 4630-4638 .
MLA Guo, Changxiang et al. "Polymerized Ionic Networks Solid Electrolyte with High Ionic Conductivity for Lithium Batteries" . | INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH 60 . 12 (2021) : 4630-4638 .
APA Guo, Changxiang , Liu, Dong , Wei, Jinjia , Chen, Fei . Polymerized Ionic Networks Solid Electrolyte with High Ionic Conductivity for Lithium Batteries . | INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH , 2021 , 60 (12) , 4630-4638 .
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Thermal characteristics and thermal stress analysis of a superheated water/steam solar cavity receiver under non-uniform concentrated solar irradiation EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 183 | Applied Thermal Engineering
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Solar cavity receiver is a vital component in a solar power tower (SPT) system, where concentrated solar irradiation is absorbed, converted into heat and carried away by a kind of heat transfer fluid. The cavity receiver usually suffers from the high-flux and non-uniform concentrated solar irradiation, which would cause local overheating, large temperature gradient and even thermal stress fracture of the receiver and bring challenges for the safety of its daily operation. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate the thermal and mechanical performance of the solar cavity receiver. In the present study, a superheated water/steam solar cavity receiver with three boiling panels and a superheater was chosen as the physical model. An integrated simulation method, which couples the Monte-Carlo ray tracing (MCRT) method, the appropriate heat transfer correlations, the finite volume method (FVM) and the finite element method (FEM), was employed to simulate the complicated heat transfer process inside the receiver and conduct the thermal stress analysis for the absorber panels. With this method, the three-dimensional wall temperature and thermal stress distributions were gained both on the boiling panels and the superheater, and the causes of thermal stress induced by different temperature gradients were analyzed in detail. The following results were obtained: 1) The heat flux, wall temperature and equivalent thermal stress distributions all appear highly non-uniform on the absorber panels; 2) The hot spots can be found on the membrane wall between the elbows of the boiling panels, which can easily generate the high thermal stress due to the large temperature gradient with their surroundings; 3) The bi-axial stress at the outer and inner radius of the boiling tubes can be created by the large radial temperature gradient, and the thermal stress varies as a cosine distribution across the circumference of the superheated tubes, which is induced by the large temperature gradient in the circumferential direction. Besides, the spot-like areas with high thermal stress can also be found on the superheated tubes due to the considerable nonlinear axial temperature gradient. Moreover, the thermal stress on the membrane wall connected with both the boiling and the superheated tubes has the definite directionality, which shows parallel to the tubes or perpendicular to the tubes; 4) The thermal stress concentration always occurs at the high-temperature and structural discontinuity locations. Here, the thermal stress of the superheater is 360 MPa higher than that of the boiling panels. In general, the superheater has both the higher wall temperature and thermal stress, which is more crucial for the safe operation of the superheated water/steam solar cavity receiver. © 2020

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Finite volume method Heat flux Superheaters Irradiation Stress concentration Tubes (components) Thermal stress Monte Carlo methods Solar radiation Thermal gradients Stress analysis Heat transfer

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GB/T 7714 Fang, Jiabin , Zhang, Canghong , Tu, Nan et al. Thermal characteristics and thermal stress analysis of a superheated water/steam solar cavity receiver under non-uniform concentrated solar irradiation [J]. | Applied Thermal Engineering , 2021 , 183 .
MLA Fang, Jiabin et al. "Thermal characteristics and thermal stress analysis of a superheated water/steam solar cavity receiver under non-uniform concentrated solar irradiation" . | Applied Thermal Engineering 183 (2021) .
APA Fang, Jiabin , Zhang, Canghong , Tu, Nan , Wei, Jinjia , Wan, Zhenjie . Thermal characteristics and thermal stress analysis of a superheated water/steam solar cavity receiver under non-uniform concentrated solar irradiation . | Applied Thermal Engineering , 2021 , 183 .
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A comprehensive review of pulsating flow on heat transfer enhancement EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 196 | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING
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This paper introduced the research status of pulsating flow, including different types of pulsating flow and their enhancement of heat transfer, as well as the enhancement effects of composite heat transfer technology which is synergized with other heat transfer technologies. Firstly, the most widely studied single-phase laminar pulsating flow was introduced, it suggested that the performance of reciprocating flow is more stable than unidirectional flow. Then the research status of two-phase pulsating flow was presented, high frequency two-phase pulsating flow is beneficial for heat transfer. Finally, the research status of intermittent jet was introduced, jet impingement may be a better approach collaborate with pulsation. Different research teams have studied the effects of different parameters on the enhancement of flow and heat transfer, including the direction, waveform, amplitude, frequency of the pulsating flow, and other parameters, such as heat transfer coefficient, porous medium type, volume fraction of nanofluid, CHF, etc. And it is pointed out that the mechanism of pulsating flow has not been fully revealed. There is also a need for further research to investigate parameters that influence pulsating flow and the effect of heat transfer.

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Pulsating flow Intermittent jet Heat transfer Single-phase Two-phase

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GB/T 7714 Ye, Qianhao , Zhang, Yonghai , Wei, Jinjia . A comprehensive review of pulsating flow on heat transfer enhancement [J]. | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING , 2021 , 196 .
MLA Ye, Qianhao et al. "A comprehensive review of pulsating flow on heat transfer enhancement" . | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING 196 (2021) .
APA Ye, Qianhao , Zhang, Yonghai , Wei, Jinjia . A comprehensive review of pulsating flow on heat transfer enhancement . | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING , 2021 , 196 .
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Flow boiling heat transfer and associated bubble behaviors over backward- and forward-facing steps EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 122 | Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science
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The influence of backward-facing step and forward-facing step on flow boiling heat transfer performance was experimentally studied. The experiments were carried out with expansion ratio of 2, 2.5 and 3, and channel Reynolds number of 3048 to 6097. The heated surface was immobilized at the downstream next to the step. FC-72 was used as the working fluid with the inlet subcooling of 35 K. The bubble behaviors were analyzed by the high-speed camera. The results reveal that the backward-facing step geometry has a negative effect on the heat transfer performance compared with the flat channel. The effect of forward-facing step geometry is related with the dimension of the recirculation regions: the heat transfer performance is enhanced if the reattachment point falls on the heated surface, and is deteriorated if the recirculation region is larger than the length of the heated surface. The bubble behaviors were analyzed to illustrate the dimension of the recirculation region and the mechanism of flow boiling heat transfer over a step. © 2020

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Supersonic flow High speed cameras Reynolds number Facings Heat transfer performance

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GB/T 7714 Yuan, Bo , Zhang, Yonghai , Liu, Lei et al. Flow boiling heat transfer and associated bubble behaviors over backward- and forward-facing steps [J]. | Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science , 2021 , 122 .
MLA Yuan, Bo et al. "Flow boiling heat transfer and associated bubble behaviors over backward- and forward-facing steps" . | Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 122 (2021) .
APA Yuan, Bo , Zhang, Yonghai , Liu, Lei , Wei, Jinjia . Flow boiling heat transfer and associated bubble behaviors over backward- and forward-facing steps . | Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science , 2021 , 122 .
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Dynamics and Structure Formation of Confined Polymer Thin Films Supported on Solid Substrates EI SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 13 (10) | POLYMERS
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The stability/instability behavior of polystyrene (PS) films with tunable thickness ranging from higher as-cast to lower residual made on Si substrates with and without native oxide layer was studied in this paper. For further extraction of residual PS thin film (h(resi)) and to investigate the polymer-substrate interaction, Guiselin's method was used by decomposing the polymer thin films in different solvents. The solvents for removing loosely adsorbed chains and extracting the strongly adsorbed irreversible chains were selected based on their relative desorption energy difference with polymer. The PS thin films rinsed in chloroform with higher polarity than that of toluene showed a higher decrease in the residual film thickness but exhibited earlier growth of holes and dewetting in the film. The un-annealed samples with a higher oxide film thickness showed a higher decrease in the PS residual film thickness. The effective viscosity of PS thin films spin-coated on H-Si substrates increased because of more resistance to flow dynamics due to the stronger polymer-substrate interaction as compared to that of Si-SiOx substrates. By decreasing the film thickness, the overall effective mobility of the film increased and led to the decrease in the effective viscosity, with matching results of the film morphology from atomic force microscopy (AFM). The polymer film maintained low viscosity until a certain period of time, whereupon further annealing occurred, and the formation of holes in the film grew, which ultimately dewetted the film. The residual film decrement, growth of holes in the film, and dewetting of the polymer-confined thin film showed dependence on the effective viscosity, the strength of solvent used, and various involved interactions on the surface of substrates.

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polymer thin film solvent rinsing dewetting viscosity

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GB/T 7714 Rahman, Mujib Ur , Xi, Yonghao , Li, Haipeng et al. Dynamics and Structure Formation of Confined Polymer Thin Films Supported on Solid Substrates [J]. | POLYMERS , 2021 , 13 (10) .
MLA Rahman, Mujib Ur et al. "Dynamics and Structure Formation of Confined Polymer Thin Films Supported on Solid Substrates" . | POLYMERS 13 . 10 (2021) .
APA Rahman, Mujib Ur , Xi, Yonghao , Li, Haipeng , Chen, Fei , Liu, Dongjie , Wei, Jinjia . Dynamics and Structure Formation of Confined Polymer Thin Films Supported on Solid Substrates . | POLYMERS , 2021 , 13 (10) .
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A comprehensive study on the effects of truncation positions of the compound parabolic concentrator eliminating multiple reflections on the performances of concentrating photovoltaic and thermal system EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 183 | Applied Thermal Engineering
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In the present study, we intend to carry out a comprehensive study on the effects of truncation positions of a new-type truncated compound parabolic concentrator (CPC) on the performances of concentrating photovoltaic and thermal (CPV/T) systems regarding optical performance of the concentrator, temperature distribution of PV, energy and exergy efficiencies of the CPV/T systems. This new-type truncated CPC was designed by means of eliminating multiple reflections (EMR) in our previous work. Thus we called it EMR concentrator. To implement our objective, firstly, analytical equation group was established to design EMR concentrators with various truncation positions. Secondly, ray tracing of EMR concentrators was conducted by TracePro. The optical efficiency and irradiance distribution of EMR concentrators were analyzed. Thirdly, temperature distribution of PV, energy and exergy efficiencies of CPV/T systems were predicted by a two-dimensional electrical-thermal coupled model. Finally, performances of CPV/T system were compared with those of PV system. Results showed that optical efficiency of EMR concentrators is increasing with a decrease in truncation position due to increasing number of diffuse rays collected by the receiver directly, but irradiance and PV temperature distribution exhibit some difference. Irradiance and PV temperature non-uniformity increases slightly with a drop in truncation position firstly and then decreases slightly. As EMR concentrator is further truncated and the concentrator height is less than 543 mm, irradiance and PV temperature non-uniformity increases rapidly with a drop in truncation position. Furthermore, variations in electrical, thermal and total energy efficiencies display a reversed trend to variations in irradiance and PV temperature non-uniformity. As for exergy efficiency, electrical and overall exergy efficiencies show the same trend as energy efficiencies. However, thermal exergy efficiency exhibits little variation due to a low Carnot efficiency of thermal energy. From the energy and exergy point of view, EMR concentrator with height of 543 mm shows the best performance compared to other EMR concentrators. When it's applied to CPV/T system, the electrical, thermal and total energy efficiencies are 12.45%, 61.23% and 73.68% respectively. The overall exergy efficiency can achieve 15.86%. A comparison between CPV/T and PV systems shows that though electrical efficiency of CPV/T system is 1.74% lower than that of PV system, PV temperature is 16.5 lower than that of PV system. Moreover, a remarkable thermal output makes the overall exergy efficiency of CPV/T system is 1.67% higher than that of PV system. © 2020

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Photovoltaic effects Concentration (process) Temperature distribution Exergy Drops Energy efficiency

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Gaoming , Wei, Jinjia , Zhang, Liang et al. A comprehensive study on the effects of truncation positions of the compound parabolic concentrator eliminating multiple reflections on the performances of concentrating photovoltaic and thermal system [J]. | Applied Thermal Engineering , 2021 , 183 .
MLA Zhang, Gaoming et al. "A comprehensive study on the effects of truncation positions of the compound parabolic concentrator eliminating multiple reflections on the performances of concentrating photovoltaic and thermal system" . | Applied Thermal Engineering 183 (2021) .
APA Zhang, Gaoming , Wei, Jinjia , Zhang, Liang , Xi, Chengsi , Ding, Rui , Wang, Zexin et al. A comprehensive study on the effects of truncation positions of the compound parabolic concentrator eliminating multiple reflections on the performances of concentrating photovoltaic and thermal system . | Applied Thermal Engineering , 2021 , 183 .
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Investigation of temperature oscillations in a novel loop heat pipe with a vapor-driven jet injector EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2021 , 179 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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A novel loop heat pipe with a vapor-driven jet injector (LHPI) shows excellent heat transfer performance. However, high-amplitude temperature oscillations are observed at low heat loads. In this study, a LHPI with transparent compensation chamber is designed and tested to reveal the mechanism of temperature oscillations. The relations between the internal flow and temperature oscillations are investigated by visualization study, and the results show that high-amplitude temperature oscillations are caused by the intermittent liquid supply of the compensation chamber. Meanwhile, the temperature oscillation characteristics of the LHPI under a variety of operating conditions are also studied. Five operation modes of the LHPI are classified as start-up failure mode, high-frequency/low-amplitude oscillating mode, lowfrequency/high-amplitude oscillating mode, overshoot mode and smooth mode. Furthermore, a low filling ratio can eliminate the low-frequency/high-amplitude oscillating mode and is therefore conducive to the stable operation of the LHPI, but it elevates the operating temperature under high heat loads. In addition, increasing the sink temperature can also suppress temperature oscillations. (c) 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Loop heat pipe Vapor-driven jet injector Temperature oscillations Visualization

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Lei , Yang, Xiaoping , Yuan, Bo et al. Investigation of temperature oscillations in a novel loop heat pipe with a vapor-driven jet injector [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2021 , 179 .
MLA Liu, Lei et al. "Investigation of temperature oscillations in a novel loop heat pipe with a vapor-driven jet injector" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 179 (2021) .
APA Liu, Lei , Yang, Xiaoping , Yuan, Bo , Wei, Jinjia . Investigation of temperature oscillations in a novel loop heat pipe with a vapor-driven jet injector . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2021 , 179 .
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Experimental and theoretical study of bubble coalescence and departure behaviors during nucleate pool boiling on uniform smooth and micro-pinfinned surfaces under different subcoolings and heat fluxes EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2020 , 112 | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE | IF: 3.232
WoS CC Cited Count: 11 SCOPUS Cited Count: 12
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The bubble behavior is significant to the boiling heat transfer process. Among which, the bubble coalescence has been widely concerned by researchers because of the complex flow and heat transfer process, which can promote the bubble departure and enhance the heat transfer coefficient. In this paper, bubble coalescence and departure were investigated in the boiling process. The variation of vapor bridge during the coalescence and the oscillation of bubble radius in the rising period were quantitatively obtained. The departure velocity of the merged bubble under different conditions is also studied, which increases with the increase of the average radius of the single bubble before coalescence. In order to reveal the mechanism of bubble coalescence and departure, the system energy balance is analyzed. Meanwhile, the influence of the net force on the kinetic energy of the merged bubble is also considered. The force-modified energy balance model is proposed and the calculated results are consistent with the experimental data. This paper focuses on the bubble departure behavior after the coalescence and analyzes the factors affecting the bubble departure velocity, which provides a new idea for the surface structure design on heat transfer enhancement from the view of promoting bubble departure.

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Force analysis Departure velocity Pool boiling Energy balance Bubble coalescence

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GB/T 7714 Zhou, Jie , Qi, Baojin , Zhang, Yonghai et al. Experimental and theoretical study of bubble coalescence and departure behaviors during nucleate pool boiling on uniform smooth and micro-pinfinned surfaces under different subcoolings and heat fluxes [J]. | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE , 2020 , 112 .
MLA Zhou, Jie et al. "Experimental and theoretical study of bubble coalescence and departure behaviors during nucleate pool boiling on uniform smooth and micro-pinfinned surfaces under different subcoolings and heat fluxes" . | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE 112 (2020) .
APA Zhou, Jie , Qi, Baojin , Zhang, Yonghai , Wei, Jinjia , Yang, Yang , Cao, Qian . Experimental and theoretical study of bubble coalescence and departure behaviors during nucleate pool boiling on uniform smooth and micro-pinfinned surfaces under different subcoolings and heat fluxes . | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE , 2020 , 112 .
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