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4 mm inside diameter copper pipe. When comparing their mechanistic model with Eq. (21), the agreement is within ±15%, which is considered to be excellent. However, when comparing the heat transfer correlation, Eq. (21), with data from vertical pipes and different gas-liquid combinations, Eq. (21) has shown some inadequacy in its performance. Equation (21) was validated with 986 experimental data points for different flow patterns, inclination angles, and gas-liquid combinations. The 986 experimental data points were compiled from various sources with different experimental facilities (see Table 15) with a wide range of superficial gas and liquid Reynolds numbers (750 ≤ ReSL ≤ 127000 and 14 ≤ ReSG ≤ 209000) and inclination angles (0° ≤ θ ≤ 90°).
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Advances in multiphase flow and heat transfer Vol. 1, 2009 by Lixin Cheng; Dieter Mewes