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Viscous hydrodynamic instability theory of the peak and minimum pool boiling heat fluxes.

Vijay K . Dhir

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**1972** by College of Engineering. University of Kentucky in Lexington (Ky) .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Series | UKY BU100 |

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Open Library | OL20668620M |

Key words. crossﬂow, Floquet theory, secondary instability, implicitely restarted Arnoldi method Subject classi cation. Fluid Dynamics 1. Introduction. In the present work, secondary instability is de ned as the linear instability of a periodic secondary ﬂow. Due to the nonlinear interaction and saturation of primary stationary disturbances.

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