Date of Award
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering - (M.S.)
Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
Howard S. Kimmel
Richard Clyde Parker
Liquid vapor equilibrium data were obtained for several solutions and azeotropes under both nucleate and film boiling. The data were invariant between the two boiling regimes indicating that both nucleate and film boiling are equilibrium vaporizations rather than either diffusional or bulk vaporizations. Boiling heat transfer versus temperature data were taken in nucleate and film boiling for the solutions and azeotropes and for several pure liquids. The critical heat flux for methyl alcohol-benzene solutions rose sharply at first and then more moderately with increasing alcohol concentration. The critical heat flux was pratically constant regardless of concentration in ethyl alcohol-benzene solutions. Photographs of nucleate and film boiling were taken to illustrate the differences between the two boiling regimes. The photographs were consistant with previously published work.
Rothaug, Walter Henry, "Liquid vapor equilibrium in nucleate and film boiling" (1968). Theses. 1487.