The effect of humidity in ambient gas on HTWs in volatile drops

Y. Fukatani, M. Kohno, Y. Takata, K. Sefiane, J. Kim

研究成果: 会議への寄与タイプ論文

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The objective of this study is to clarify the effect of ambient gas on hydrothermal waves (HTWs) in the evaporation of a volatile droplet by understanding the relation between local thermal information at the solid-liquid interface and the bulk heat transfer. Experiments are conducted in a controlled environment. The gas environment was changed to pure nitrogen and humidified nitrogen. An infrared (IR) camera and a CCD camera are used to determine the temperature/heat flux distribution at the solid/liquid interface and the profile of evaporating droplet, respectively. The liquid used here is HFE-7100. The evaporation of HFE- 7100 droplets where HTWs occur was found to become increasing dependent on the liquid-vapor interface area as the substrate temperature was increased, indicating that HTWs enhance the evaporation through the liquid-vapor interface rather than the perimeter of a droplet where the liquid layer is thinnest. Similarly humidity present in the ambient gas was found to enhance the dependence on evaporation through the liquidvapor interface area. When the substrate is heated the effect of humidity on the evaporation is not observed since the evaporation process becomes thermally dominated.

元の言語英語
出版物ステータス出版済み - 1 1 2014
イベント15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014 - Kyoto, 日本
継続期間: 8 10 20148 15 2014

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その他15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014
日本
Kyoto
期間8/10/148/15/14

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humidity
Atmospheric humidity
Evaporation
evaporation
Liquids
Gases
gases
liquid-vapor interfaces
liquid-solid interfaces
Vapors
Nitrogen
nitrogen
Substrates
liquids
CCD cameras
Heat flux
heat flux
heat transfer
Cameras
cameras

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Fukatani, Y., Kohno, M., Takata, Y., Sefiane, K., & Kim, J. (2014). The effect of humidity in ambient gas on HTWs in volatile drops. 論文発表場所 15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014, Kyoto, 日本.

The effect of humidity in ambient gas on HTWs in volatile drops. / Fukatani, Y.; Kohno, M.; Takata, Y.; Sefiane, K.; Kim, J.

2014. 論文発表場所 15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014, Kyoto, 日本.

研究成果: 会議への寄与タイプ論文

Fukatani, Y, Kohno, M, Takata, Y, Sefiane, K & Kim, J 2014, 'The effect of humidity in ambient gas on HTWs in volatile drops' 論文発表場所 15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014, Kyoto, 日本, 8/10/14 - 8/15/14, .
Fukatani Y, Kohno M, Takata Y, Sefiane K, Kim J. The effect of humidity in ambient gas on HTWs in volatile drops. 2014. 論文発表場所 15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014, Kyoto, 日本.
Fukatani, Y. ; Kohno, M. ; Takata, Y. ; Sefiane, K. ; Kim, J. / The effect of humidity in ambient gas on HTWs in volatile drops. 論文発表場所 15th International Heat Transfer Conference, IHTC 2014, Kyoto, 日本.
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