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International Heat Transfer Conference 4
1970, 31 August - 5 September, Paris-Versailles, France

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF FREEZING AND MELTING OF FLOWING WARM WATER AT A STAGNATION POINT ON A COLD PLATE

Get access DOI: 10.1615/IHTC4.1640
pages 1-6

Abstract

A jet of warm water was directed against a cold surface producing in the vicinity of the stagnation point a uniform convective heat transfer coefficient. By providing transient cooling of the surface, a layer of ice could be made to form on it or an existing layer to melt. The ice thickness variation with time was measured and compared well with a transient analysis carried out for a convective boundary condition at the solid-liquid interface. The convective heat transfer coefficient was determined experimentally at steady state conditions. The analysis predicted the transient solidification adequately for engineering applications.
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