Evaporation and Droplet Growth in Gaseous Media - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483200606, 9781483225630

Evaporation and Droplet Growth in Gaseous Media

1st Edition

Authors: N.A. Fuchs
Editors: R.S. Bradley
eBook ISBN: 9781483225630
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1959
Page Count: 78
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Description

Evaporation and Droplet Growth in Gaseous Media deals with the evaporation of droplets of liquid in gaseous media and the reverse process of droplet growth in a medium supersaturated with the vapor of the liquid. Thediscussion is restricted to the kinetics of evaporation and growth of droplets of pure liquids (and heat transfer to the same).

Comprised of three chapters, this book first examines the quasi-stationary evaporation and growth of droplets that are motionless relative to the medium and the hydrodynamic factor is absent. The Maxwell equation, the basis of the theory of evaporation of droplets in a gaseous medium, is taken into account. The influence of the Stefan flow and the concentration change at the surface on the rate of evaporation are considered, along with the evaporation of droplets in a vessel with absorbing walls and the fall in temperature of both free evaporating droplets and supported evaporating droplets. The second chapter is devoted to the quasi-stationary evaporation of droplets in a stream of gas, that is, droplets moving relative to the medium. The last chapter focuses on non-stationary evaporation and growth of droplets that either motionless or moving relative to the medium.

This monograph will be of interest to students, practitioners, and researchers in inorganic and structural chemistry.

Table of Contents


Preface

List of Symbols

I. Quasistationary Evaporation and Growth of Droplets Motionless Relative to the Medium

1. The Maxwell Equation

2. Influence of the Stefan Flow on the Rate of Evaporation

3. Evaporation of Droplets in a Vessel with Absorbing Walls

4. Evaporation of Non-Spherical Droplets

5. Influence of the Concentration Change at the Surface on the Rate of Evaporation

6. The Fall in Temperature of Free Evaporating Droplets

7. The Fall in Temperature of Supported Evaporating Droplets

8. Experimental Results on the Evaporation of Stationary Droplets. Experiments with Fixed Droplets where r≫t

9. Experimental Results on the Evaporation of Stationary Droplets. Experiments with Fixed Droplets where r≈l

10. Experiments with Free Droplets

II. Quasistationary Evaporation and Growth of Droplets Moving Relative to the Medium

11. Theory

12. Experiments with Fixed Droplets in a Stream of Gas

13. Experiments with Freely-Falling Droplets

III. Non-Stationary Evaporation and Growth of Droplets

14. Non-Stationary Evaporation of Droplets Motionless Relative to the Medium

15. Non-Stationary Evaporation of Moving Droplets

References

Details

No. of pages:
78
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1959
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483225630

About the Author

N.A. Fuchs

About the Editor

R.S. Bradley