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Study on Thermocapillary Convection in an Annular Liquid Pool
Duan L(段俐); Kang Q(康琦); Wu D(吴笛); Zhang L; Zhang D; Jiang H(姜欢); Zhang C(章楚); Yin YL; Hu WR(胡文瑞)
KeywordSJ-10 mission Space experiment Microgravity fluid physics Thermocapillary convection Annular liquid pool Convection instability Chaos Bifurcation Transition routes Volume ratio effect
Other AbstractThermocapillary convection is an important content in the study of microgravity fluid physics. It is not only the problem of fluid physics mechanism such as convection stability, but also closely related to spacecraft flow control, efficient heat transfer, etc., and has direct guiding significance for material growth processes such as floating zone method and Czochralski method. This chapter mainly introduces the research status of thermocapillary convection about an annular liquid pool, the scientific experiment and partial analysis results carried out by the project group in the early stage, and the development of space experimental payload, space experiment and preliminary experimental results about the annular liquid pool from SJ-10 mission.
Source PublicationPhysical Science Under Microgravity: Experiments on Board the SJ-10 Recoverable Satellite 
Publication PlaceBeijing;Singapore
Document Type图书章节
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Duan L,Kang Q,Wu D,et al. Study on Thermocapillary Convection in an Annular Liquid Pool[Ch]. Physical Science Under Microgravity: Experiments on Board the SJ-10 Recoverable Satellite ,Springer,2019.
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