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Figure 1.1. Gas-Liquid General Flow Regimes
Figure 1.2. Conceptual Picture of Pool Boiling
Figure 1.3. Diabatic and Adiabatic Flow
Figure 1.4. Conceptual Picture of Condensation
Figure 2.1. Flow Pattern Map for Horizontal Flow (Baker)
Figure 2.2. Flow Pattern Map for Vertical Flow (Hewitt and Roberts)
Figure 2.3. Flow Pattern Map used in TEXAS (Chu)
Figure 3.1. Conceptual Picture of 1-D Two-Phase Flow in a Tube
Figure 3.2. Value of fo2 as a function of Pressure and Mass Quality (Martinelli-Nelson)
Figure 3.3. Value of as a function of Pressure and Mass Quality (Martinelli-Nelson)
Figure 4.1. Conceptual Picture of Fluid Blowdown
Figure 4.2. Conceptual Picture of Single Phase Critical Flow
Figure 4.3. Theoretical Values for the Velocity of Sound in Equilibrium, Homogeneous Steam-Water Mixture
Figure 4.4. Qualitative Picture of Maximum Mass Velocity
Figure 4.5. Comparison of Critical Flow Predictions and Experimental
Figure 4.6. Experimental Critical Pressure Ratio Data as a Function of Length
Figure 4.7. Predictions of Critical Steam-Water Flow Rates with Slip Equilibrium Model
Figure 5.1. Physical Interpretation of Boiling Curve (Farber)
Figure 5.2. Qualitative Picture of Pool Boiling Hysteresis (Heat Flux Controlled Boundary Condition)
Figure 5.3. Conceptual Surface Roughness and Ideal Cavities
Figure 5.4. Pool Boiling Onset of Nucleation Conceptual Model
Figure 5.5. Construction of the Pool Boiling Curve
Figure 6.1. Conceptual Picture of Forced Convective Boiling with Qualitative Temperature Profile for a Uniform Heat Flux Boundary Condition
Figure 6.2.a. Variation of Heat Transfer Coefficient
Figure 6.2.b. Variation of Heat Flux
Figure 6.3. Conceptual Picture of Forced Convective Boiling with Qualitative Heat Flux Profile for a Constant Temperature Boundary Condition
Figure 6.4. Variation in Flow Patterns, Temperature Void Fraction and Quality with Tube Length
Figure 6.5. Approximate Values for Void Fraction and Quality for Water in Subcooled Boiling and Available Models
Figure 6.6. Convective Boiling Factor, F
Figure 6.7. Nucleate Boiling Suppression Factor, S
Figure 7.1. Parametric Effect of CHF with Variation of Initial and Boundary Conditions
Figure 7.2. Burnout in Cross Flow over Tubes
Figure 7.3. Critical Quality Compared to Proportional Power to Outer Surface
Figure 7.4. Comparison of "Local" versus "Integral" Hypotheses for CHF
Figure 7.5. Comparison of Uniform to Non-Uniform Heating Effect on CHF
Figure 7.6. Bounds of the Critical Heat Flux
Figure 7.7. CHF Mechanisms
Figure 7.8. CHF Mechanisms as a Function of the Quality and Mass Flux
Figure 7.9. Counter Flow Critical Heat Flux
Figure 7.10. Conceptual Picture of CHF as Function of Length for Non-Uniform Heating
Figure 7.11. Subchannel Concepts Used with CHF Correlations
Figure 8.1. Post-CHF Variation of Temperature and Quality as a Function of Axial Length
Figure 8.2. Iloeje's Dispersal Flow Model
Figure 9.1. Flow of a Laminar Film over an Inclined Surface
Figure 9.1.1.
Figure 9.2. The Air-Vapor Boundary Layer in Condensation


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