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Influence of the oxide layer on the spray cooling intensity

CHABIČOVSKÝ, M. RESL, O. RAUDENSKÝ, M.

Original Title

Influence of the oxide layer on the spray cooling intensity

English Title

Influence of the oxide layer on the spray cooling intensity

Language

en

Original Abstract

Formation of oxide layers on the surface is inherent part of the steel production. The oxide layer primarily affects the surface quality and material losses during the steel processing. The influence of the oxide layer on the cooling intensity is not frequently reported but even thin layers of oxides can significantly modify the cooling intensity. The oxide layer factor is not as important as the water flow rate but it should be also considered for optimal regulation of the cooling process. The influence of the oxide layer on the heat transfer coefficient and Leidenfrost temperature is investigated in this paper. Laboratory measurement compares the spray cooling of oxide-free steel surface and oxidized steel surface. It shows significant change of the Leidenfrost temperature and heat transfer coefficient due to the oxide layer.

English abstract

Formation of oxide layers on the surface is inherent part of the steel production. The oxide layer primarily affects the surface quality and material losses during the steel processing. The influence of the oxide layer on the cooling intensity is not frequently reported but even thin layers of oxides can significantly modify the cooling intensity. The oxide layer factor is not as important as the water flow rate but it should be also considered for optimal regulation of the cooling process. The influence of the oxide layer on the heat transfer coefficient and Leidenfrost temperature is investigated in this paper. Laboratory measurement compares the spray cooling of oxide-free steel surface and oxidized steel surface. It shows significant change of the Leidenfrost temperature and heat transfer coefficient due to the oxide layer.

Keywords

Scale, oxide layer, heat transfer coefficient, spray cooling, Leidenfrost temperature

Released

11.12.2018

Publisher

IOM3

Location

297 Euston Road, London NW1 3AD, UK

Pages from

15

Pages to

18

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT152178,
  author="Martin {Chabičovský} and Ondřej {Resl} and Miroslav {Raudenský}",
  title="Influence of the oxide layer on the spray cooling intensity",
  annote="Formation of oxide layers on the surface is inherent part of the steel production. The oxide layer primarily
affects the surface quality and material losses during the steel processing. The influence of the oxide layer
on the cooling intensity is not frequently reported but even thin layers of oxides can significantly modify the
cooling intensity. The oxide layer factor is not as important as the water flow rate but it should be also
considered for optimal regulation of the cooling process. The influence of the oxide layer on the heat transfer
coefficient and Leidenfrost temperature is investigated in this paper. Laboratory measurement compares
the spray cooling of oxide-free steel surface and oxidized steel surface. It shows significant change of the
Leidenfrost temperature and heat transfer coefficient due to the oxide layer.",
  address="IOM3",
  chapter="152178",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="IOM3",
  year="2018",
  month="december",
  pages="15--18",
  publisher="IOM3"
}