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高温中空ローターのサブクール水衝突噴流冷却中のクエンチ現象について

発表形態:
原著論文
主要業績:
その他
単著・共著:
単著
発表年月:
2014年01月
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指定なし
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有り
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日本語フィールド

著者:
アロク モズムデル,光武 雄一,門出 政則 読み: アロク モズムデル,ミツタケ ユウイチ,モンデ マサノリ
題名:
高温中空ローターのサブクール水衝突噴流冷却中のクエンチ現象について
発表情報:
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Volume 68, January 2014, Pages 466-478 巻: 68 ページ: 466-478
キーワード:
概要:
抄録:
Quenching characteristics of a rotating hollow steel cylinder with 15 mm water jet having flow rate of 6–10 L/min has been experimentally investigated. The jet with 60–80 K subcooling was impinged on the horizontally rotating (0, 15, 30 and 60 rpm) 460–560 °C hot cylinder. A developed inverse solution estimated surface temperature and heat flux from measured temperatures during quenching. Surface rotation created a non-uniform cooling which resulted in a non-uniform distribution of wetting front (leading edge of visible vigorous boiling region). Surface velocity (rotation) strongly influenced relative velocity between solid and liquid which affected the surface heat transfer during cooling. As the cylinder rotated and the jet was fixed, the surface heat flux fluctuated which was followed by the surface temperature. Heat transfer from a relatively faster moving surface was smaller but due to periodic cooling, bulk temperature reduced more. The estimated heat flux agreed reasonable with static surface critical heat flux in literature especially for the trend with radial position. The produced boiling curves were well compatible with some of the compared correlations in nucleate boiling region.

英語フィールド

Author:
Aloke Kumar Mozumder, Yuichi Mitsutake, Masanori Monde
Title:
Subcooled water jet quenching phenomena for a high temperature rotating cylinder
Announcement information:
International journal of heat and mass transfer Vol: 68 Page: 466-478
An abstract:
Quenching characteristics of a rotating hollow steel cylinder with 15 mm water jet having flow rate of 6–10 L/min has been experimentally investigated. The jet with 60–80 K subcooling was impinged on the horizontally rotating (0, 15, 30 and 60 rpm) 460–560 °C hot cylinder. A developed inverse solution estimated surface temperature and heat flux from measured temperatures during quenching. Surface rotation created a non-uniform cooling which resulted in a non-uniform distribution of wetting front (leading edge of visible vigorous boiling region). Surface velocity (rotation) strongly influenced relative velocity between solid and liquid which affected the surface heat transfer during cooling. As the cylinder rotated and the jet was fixed, the surface heat flux fluctuated which was followed by the surface temperature. Heat transfer from a relatively faster moving surface was smaller but due to periodic cooling, bulk temperature reduced more. The estimated heat flux agreed reasonable with static surface critical heat flux in literature especially for the trend with radial position. The produced boiling curves were well compatible with some of the compared correlations in nucleate boiling region.


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