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THE EFFECT OF GRAVITY AND VISCOSITY ON THERMOCAPILLARY RUPTURE OF A FALLING LIQUID FILM

Semenov A.A., Zaytsev D.V., Kabov O.A.

Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia


Citation:

Semenov, A.A., Zaytsev, D.V. and Kabov, O.A., (2010) The effect of gravity and viscosity on thermocapillary rupture of a falling liquid film, Modern Science: Researches, Ideas, Results, Technologies, Iss. #2(4), PP. 112 - 116.


Keywords:

multiphase flows; heat- and mass-transfer; thermocapillary rupture; film flows


Abstracts:

Rupture of a subcooled liquid film flowing over an inclined plate with a 150×150 mm heater is studied for a wide range of liquid viscosity (dynamic viscosity µ=(0.91-17.2)×10-3 Pa⋅s) and plate inclination angle with respect to the horizon (Θ =3–90 deg). The main governing parameters of the experiment and their respective values are: Reynolds number Re=0.15–54, heat flux q=0–2.24 W/cm2. The effect of the heat flux on the film flow leads to the formation of periodically flowing rivulets and thin film between them. As the heat flux grows the film thickness between rivulets gradually decreases, and, upon reaching a certain threshold heat flux, qidp, the film ruptures in the area between the rivulets. The threshold heat flux increases with the flow rate of liquid and with the liquid viscosity, while the plate inclination angle has little effect on qidp. Criterion Kp, which is traditionally used in the literature to predict thermocapillary film rupture, was found to poorly generalize data for high viscous liquids (ethylene glycol, and aqueous solutions of glycerol) and also data for Θ≤ 45 deg. The criterion Kp was modified by taking into account characteristic critical film thickness for film rupture under isothermal conditions (no heating), deduced from existing theoretical models. The modified criterion has allowed to successfully generalize data for whole ranges of µ, Re, Θ and q, studied.


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