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8 Distributions of temperatures, heat and mass fluxes near the interfacial boundary. a Evaporation of superheated liquid, b condensation of saturated vapour on the surface of subcooled liquid corresponds to the actual pressure Tsat ðpÞ in the system. The temperature of the resultant vapour is also Tsat ðpÞ. Hence, there is no heat supply to the interfacial boundary from the side of vapour, qv ¼ 0, while the heat supply to the boundary from the superheated liquid is ql [ 0. In Fig. 8a, for the above case of evaporation, we show the distribution of temperatures near the interfacial boundary for different times t1 \t2 \t3 , as well as the direction of heat and mass fluxes in the native coordinate system related to the interfacial boundary.
11), we ﬁnally obtain the general formulation of the conservation laws on the interfacial boundary JPv À JPl ¼ I_P : ð1:12Þ This relation is the general integral formulation of the coupling conditions on the interfacial boundary: the difference between the normal projections of flows of the property P from both sides of the boundary is the surface density of onset of this property on the boundary. 12) is written in the native coordinate system related to the interfacial boundary. This shows that the general coupling condition is a particular form of general conservation laws, as written for the interfacial boundary.
Evaporation (condensation) on a planar interfacial boundary Let us consider a semi-inﬁnite bulk of liquid uniformly heated to temperature T1 at pressure p0 [ psat ðT1 Þ (the liquid is subcooled). Assume that at time t ¼ 0 the pressure drops down to the value p\psat ðT1 Þ. As a result, the liquid becomes superheated, its evaporation begins. 4 Intensity of Phase Transitions (a) liquid vapour 23 (b) liquid vapour Fig. 8 Distributions of temperatures, heat and mass fluxes near the interfacial boundary.