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Ronald D. Boyd
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 7 / Number 1 / January 1985 / Pages 31-52
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Microconvective, instability, experimental, and correlational aspects of subcooled flow boiling critical heat flux (CHF) are summarized. The present understanding of CHF in subcooled flow boiling is reviewed and research directions that will permit the accommodation of higher heat fluxes are outlined. This survey (Parts I and II), which contains a representative coverage of the literature over the last 30 years, is concerned only with CHF in the subcooled flow boiling regime, and unless otherwise noted, all references to CHF are confined to that regime. The following are considered major areas that pose momentary constraints to the high-heat flux removal from fusion components:
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