Heat transfer from a hot moving cylinder impinged by a planar subcooled water jet

Abstract : A hot moving (rotating) cylinder was heated up to 500-600°C and then was cooled by a planar water jet impinging on a line parallel to the symmetry axis. The time dependent wall temperature was measured using embedded thermocouples and the corresponding wall heat fluxes were estimated through an inverse conduction method. In a recent paper, we showed that cooling rates depend on the subcooled temperature of the jet, the velocity of the jet and the surface-to-jet velocity ratio. Since the initial temperature of the cylinder was higher than the Leidenfrost temperature, we observed all the boiling regimes from film boiling to nucleate boiling. The objectives of this paper are firstly to describe the current conditions which exist in the Run Out Table in hot rolling mills, secondly to review the main experimental studies dedicated to jet cooling which have led to modelling heat transfer in boiling conditions and finally to propose new correlations taking into account the velocity of the wall.
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Michel Gradeck, Arsene Kouachi, Jean-Luc Borean, Pascal Gardin, Michel Lebouché. Heat transfer from a hot moving cylinder impinged by a planar subcooled water jet. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Elsevier, 2011, 54 (25-26), pp.5527-5539. 〈10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2011.07.038〉. 〈hal-01579238〉



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