Flow Boiling Pressure Drop and Heat Transfer of Refrigerants in Multi-microchannel Evaporators under Steady and Transient States

@inproceedings{Huang2016FlowBP,
  title={Flow Boiling Pressure Drop and Heat Transfer of Refrigerants in Multi-microchannel Evaporators under Steady and Transient States},
  author={Houxue Huang},
  year={2016}
}
Multi-microchannel evaporators used for the cooling of high heat flux electronics have been of interest to both industry and academia for more than a decade. Such interest has sparked a large number of research studies on the flow boiling pressure drop and heat transfer in multimicrochannel evaporators. However, there are still several aspects that need to be addressed in order to better understand the complicated flow boiling process taking place in such microevaporators. Firstly, the… CONTINUE READING

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