The beneficial effect of using dielectric liquid mixture in reducing temperature overshoot in pool boiling has been studied by the authors (Normington et al., 1992). The current experimental work addresses the influence of mixtures of dielectric liquids on the critical heat flux (CHF) in pool boiling. Two families of dielectric liquids were evaluated: perfluorocarbon liquids and perfluoropolyether liquids. Each set of the family consisted of two liquids with boiling points ranging from 80°C−110°C. Both 100 percent of each liquid and mixtures of two liquids were tested. Video filming was used along with electronic data collection. The perfluoropolyether liquids showed an increase in CHF as more high boiling liquid was added to the mixture, while the perfluorocarbon liquids had a constant CHF for all mixtures.
Subcooled Pool Boiling Critical Heat Flux in Dielectric Liquid Mixtures
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Lee, T. Y. T., Mahalingam, M., and Normington, P. J. C. (March 1, 1993). "Subcooled Pool Boiling Critical Heat Flux in Dielectric Liquid Mixtures." ASME. J. Electron. Packag. March 1993; 115(1): 134–137. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.2909294
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