Condensation Heat Transfer on Nanoengineered Surfaces

@inproceedings{Paxson2011CondensationHT,
  title={Condensation Heat Transfer on Nanoengineered Surfaces},
  author={Adam T. Paxson},
  year={2011}
}
This thesis presents a series of three related studies with the aim of developing a surface that promotes robust dropwise condensation. Due to their remarkably low droplet adhesion, superhydrophobic surfaces were investigated for application to dropwise condensation. Although precise model superhydrophobic surfaces were necessary to gain insight into these phenomena, it was recognized that wide-scale implementation necessitates a surface that can be mass-produced at an industrial scale. To this… CONTINUE READING

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