STUDY OF HEAT TRANSFER DURING THE BOILING OF TWO-COMPONENT MIXTURES.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C AEROSPACE INFORMATION DIV
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An attempt was made to explain the mechanism of heat transfer during the boiling of two-component mixtures. The effect the composition of the mixture has on the coefficient of heat was studied experimentally. The results showed that the mechanism of the heat transfer during the boiling of a mixture is different from the one in the case of pure single component liquids. The change in vapor pressure during the mixing of two different liquids led to changes in the intensity of the vapor production during boiling and this, in turn, showed a corresponding influence on the heat transfer. The experimental investigation of the dependence of the heat transfer coefficients on the composition of the mixtures confirmed the theoretical deduction. The conditions for heat transfer similarity during the boiling of two component mixtures were also studied.