In this paper, the gas phase inside the bubble and the liquid phase outside the bubble are solved numerically with full equations for masses, momentums and energies in order to estimate the effects of the noncondensable gas inside the bubble on the bubble motion. The results reveal that the considerable distributions of temperature and concentration are formed inside the bubble and the diffusion process between vapor and noncondensable gas has an influence on the mass transfer of vapor at the bubble wall.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 1990|
|Event||1990 Spring Meeting of the Fluids Engineering Division - Toronto, Ont, Can|
Duration: 4 Jun 1990 → 7 Jun 1990
|Conference||1990 Spring Meeting of the Fluids Engineering Division|
|City||Toronto, Ont, Can|
|Period||4/06/90 → 7/06/90|