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Where D is cell density of foam (cells/[cm.sup.3]) and T is saturation temperature ([degrees]C).
Poor evaporator and condenser heat transfer coefficients were reported, however, it is now suspected that the N-13a and N-13b temperature glides of ~1[degrees]Fd (0.6[degrees]Cd) led to fractionation within the chiller such that the saturation temperatures calculated from the measured shell pressures were inaccurate, artificially depressing the calculated heat transfer coefficients.
If the droplet has not been completely evaporated when the droplet temperature goes below the saturation temperature, the evaporation is calculated using the Spalding evaporation model built-in original KIVA-3V.
For example, if strategy (i) sets a constant MVT reference at 200[degrees]C, this temperature is below the saturation temperature if evaporation pressure rises above 30bar during a transient.
For a given partial pressure, the saturation temperature ([T.sub.sat]) was determined using the Antoine's equation, given by
Boiling is highly effective in dissipating heat and temperature drops and approaches the saturation temperature within a small distance from the fin's base.
The temperature difference, LMTD was determined from the inlet and exit temperatures (DBT) of the air flowing through the evaporator and from the inlet and outlet saturation temperature of refrigerant flowing in the test section.
This is expected for two reasons: First, higher operating pressure implies higher steam saturation temperature and thus greater bitumen mobility (both due to lower viscosity and geomechanically enhanced permeability).
Oxidizing of titanized alloys is performed by a single introduction of air into the reaction space at the saturation temperature. Chromization was performed in a single technological cycle.
From any point on the chart, follow horizontally with your eye to the left to the saturation line and read the saturation temperature. That temperature is the d.p.
The saturation temperature, or boiling point, of the liquid at atmospheric pressure was 56[degrees]C, which ensured that the maximum chip temperature could be maintained in the 70[degrees] to 90[degrees]C range, often used in the thermal design of electronics.
Dew will form if the air temperature around the object or at the soil surface drops below this saturation temperature and is above freezing.