Summary of features of nanoparticle

Fig. 2. Schematic CHF model diagrams and correlations: (a) Kutateladze and Zuber [24], (b) Haramura and Katto [27] and (c) Kandlikar [30].Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
Additionally, to reasonably explain CHF phenomena on micro/nanostructured surfaces, a modified macrolayer dry-out model [36], the effect of thermal conduction on a heater surface [25], and capillary wicking [37] have been presented as key mechanisms. However, these HKI272 are qualitative ideas and a generalized theory has not yet been established.
Although CHF phenomena are extremely complicated and occur in a severe boiling state, secondary compounds may be possible to partially explain their physical nature based on the above researches. Therefore, for the accurate prediction of the CHF value and realizing a further optimized design of a CHF enhancement surface, a comprehensive understanding of previously established researches is required.
2. Fabrication and preparation of micro/nanostructured surfaces for boiling heat transfer enhancement