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Title: Study of jet-swirl nozzle plate for spray cooling
Authors: Tan, Yunn Boon.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Mechanical engineering
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: Spray cooling has the ability to remove high heat fluxes for high power systems. As the spray cooling with phase change takes advantage of a relatively large amount of latent heat, therefore it is capable of removing high heat fluxes from surfaces with a low superheat. Studying and understanding the spray characteristics of a jet-swirl nozzle will allow an optimum design of a multi-nozzle plate. Such a design can be used in the application where there is space constraint.
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