Submerged jet impingement boiling thermal management Public Deposited

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  • Technologies such as avionics and power electronics are driving the demand for thermal management schemes towards high heat fluxes and low surface temperatures. Typically, these applications require the dissipation of heat fluxes in the rage of 100-1000 W/cm² while maintaining surface temperatures lower than about 85 °C. Phase-change heat transfer schemes such as pool boiling, flow boiling in mini/micro-channel heat sinks, and sprays and jet impingement boiling are frequently used to meet this demand. This dissertation documents global heat transfer characteristics of submerged jet impingement boiling for high heat flux, low surface temperature applications. The effect of geometrical and flow parameters on heat transfer performance are examined for a single circular jet using water and FC-72 as working fluids. Exclusive to this study is the comparison of distinct jet fluids at a fixed saturation temperature, which is achieved by comparing sub-atmospheric jet impingement boiling data of water with atmospheric FC-72 experiments. Under sub-atmospheric conditions, the liquid-to-vapor density ratio of water is within a range that has not been studied in previous jet impingement boiling experiments. Varied geometrical parameters include the surface-to-nozzle diameter ratio, surface roughness, and jet configuration. Varied fluidic parameters include pressure, jet exit Reynolds number, fluid subcooling, and fluid properties. Global experimental data collected during this study are used to document the relationship between surface temperature and surface heat flux through boiling curves. The global data are augmented by qualitative high-speed visualization. Experimental data demonstrate enhanced heat transfer capabilities beyond those of pool boiling by using a submerged impinging jet. For a fixed saturation temperature, significantly higher heat transfer rates are attainable using water in comparison to FC-72. A CHF map for submerged jet impingement boiling is developed based on experimental evidence. A general submerged jet impingement CHF correlation is developed based on a well known CHF model in literature. A novel, passive means of preventing temperature overshoot of highly-wetting fluids during submerged jet impingement boiling is introduced.
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