Abstract

Heat-transfer coefficients to commercial-grade aniline and n-butyl alcohol have been measured at high rates of heat flux. Data have been obtained for both of the liquids in the heat-flux range from 0.3 to 3 Btu/sq in. sec and in the pressure range from 30 to 400 psia at velocities from 20 to 40 fps. The test section consisted of a ½-in-ID stainless-steel tube which was heated electrically.

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