The Effect of the Substrate Temperature and the Height of the Mini-Channel on the Evaporation of Liquid Droplet Blown by the Gas Flow

Ekaterina Isachenko, Evgeniy Orlik, Oleg Kabov

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The experimental setup has been designed and fabricated to study the evaporation of liquid droplets, blown by the gas flow in a mini-channel with a height of 6 and 9 mm. Substrates were removable, and the surface temperature of the substrate was maintained at a constant level. The shadow method was the main method of measurement. A series of experiments with a water drop of 100 μl volume settled on a polished stainless substrate were carried out. As a result the dependences for the droplet evaporation rate were obtained in the range of temperatures 25-70 °C and Reynolds numbers of gas 0-2000.

Original languageEnglish
Article number01038
JournalMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume72
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Aug 2016

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Flow of gases
Evaporation
Liquids
Substrates
Temperature
Reynolds number
Gases
Water
Experiments

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The Effect of the Substrate Temperature and the Height of the Mini-Channel on the Evaporation of Liquid Droplet Blown by the Gas Flow. / Isachenko, Ekaterina; Orlik, Evgeniy; Kabov, Oleg.

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