mass flux 
Combined convection in nonNewtonian fluids along a nonisothermal vertical plate in a porous medium with lateral mass flux


Influence of lateral mass flux on mixed convection heat and mass transfer over inclined surfaces in porous media


The effect of lateral mass flux on mixed convection heat and mass transfer in a saturated porous medium adjacent to an inclined permeable surface is analyzed.


There existed a zone around the bubble surface that exhibited zero net mass flux, termed herein as the "zeroflux zone".


The steady and timedependent solutions for the temperature and velocity distribution are discussed in detail depending on the mass flux in vertical direction.


The effects of the imposed wall heat flux, mass flux, strip inserts with various configurations (heights, widths, pitches) on the measured augmentative heat transfer and pressure drop are examined in detail.


Numerical results were compared against a series experimental data performed at various conditions  mass flux, heat flux, inlet temperature and exit pressure.


Performance of smooth and microfin tubes in high mass flux region of R134a during evaporation


Performance of smooth and microfin tubes in high mass flux region of R134a during evaporation


Different from most previous studies, the present experiments have been performed at high mass flux conditions.


The experimental results of both smooth and microfin tubes show that the average heat transfer coefficient tends to increase with an increase of average quality, mass flux, and evaporating temperature.


The pressure drop increases with an increase of average quality and mass flux, but tends to slightly decrease with a rise of evaporating temperature.


New correlations for the evaporation heat transfer coefficient and pressure drop in high mass flux region of R134a are proposed for practical use.


The position of the interfacial zone that exhibits zero net mass flux, namely, the "zeroflux zone", represents an essential parameter in detailed modeling works on nucleate boiling.


The HertzKundsenSchrage equation describes the interfacial mass flux distribution along the vapor bubble surface.


The domain composed of two horizontal porous layers is subjected to a uniform horizontal heat flux and a vertical mass flux, where only the lower one is thermally anisotropic.


The average condensing heat transfer coefficient increased with the increase of the mass flux.


A film boiling model for cryogenic chilldown at low mass flux inside a horizontal pipeline


A film boiling heat transfer model is developed for cryogenic chilldown at low mass flux inside a horizontal pipeline.


The mass flux is determined analytically for this threeparameter family of solutions.

