Chapter 7


The opposite of boiling is the process of condensation, which changes vapor to liquid by removing heat from the vapor to the surroundings or to bounding surfaces. Like boiling, condensation may occur homogeneously within vapor or heterogeneously on entrained solid particles or on the surfaces of structures in the system.

  • 7.1 Modes of Condensation
  • 7.2 Heat Transfer in Filmwise Condensation
  • 7.3 Improvements Over Nusselt Analysis
  • 7.4 Condensation Inside a Horizontal Tube
  • 7.5 Noncondensable Gas in a Condenser
Topics: Condensation

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