The Surface Wettability Effect on Phase Change

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The Surface Wettability Effect on Phase Change collects high level contributions from internationally recognised scientists in the field. It thoroughly explores surface wettability, with topics spanning from the physics of phase change, physics of nucleation, mesoscale modeling, analysis of phenomena such drop evaporation, boiling, local heat flux at triple line, Leidenfrost, dropwise condensation, heat transfer enhancement, freezing, icing.


All the topics are treated by discussing experimental results, mathematical modeling and numerical simulations. In particular, the numerical methods look at direct numerical simulations in the framework of VOF simulations, phase-field simulations and molecular dynamics. An introduction to equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics of phase change, wetting phenomena, liquid interfaces, numerical simulation of wetting phenomena and phase change is offered for readers who are less familiar in the field.

This book will be of interest to researchers, academics, engineers, and postgraduate students working in the area of thermofluids, thermal management, and surface technology.


Professor Marco Marengo gained his BSc and MSc degrees in physics from the University of Torino in 1988 and 1990 respectively. He then received his PhD in energy systems from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1996. He currently works as a full professor at the University of Brighton, and has previously worked as Associate and Visiting Professors at the University of Toronto, University of Bergamo and the University of Alberta. He was the founder and board member of start-up company ICENOVA and founder and president of the university spin-off UNIHEAT. He is on the editorial board of several international journals, including being editor-in-chief of the Atomization and Sprays International Journal, and is a scientific committee or board member for several international conferences.

Professor Jo
ël de Coninck has been a professor at the University of Mons since 1996, where he is head of the Laboratory for Physics of Surfaces and Interfaces. He received his masters degrees in physics and mathematics from the University of Mons in 1978 and 1980, respectively. His PhD in the Theoretical Physics group was obtained in 1983, working on a new probabilistic approach of the renormalization group to describe critical phenomena. He then made long-stay visits to centers such as the University of Oxford, California Institute of Technology and École Polytechnique. He is the member of several scientific associations, and has been the organizer, chairman or co-chairman of various international conferences and summer schools He is the author of 232 publications in peer review journals, some 300 technical reports for industry and around 20 patents.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsdatum 30.10.2021
Herausgeber Marco Marengo, Joel De Coninck
Verlag Springer
Seitenzahl 341
Maße (L/B/H) 24,1/16/2,4 cm
Gewicht 694 g
Auflage 1st ed. 2022
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-030-82991-9

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  • The Surface Wettability Effect on Phase Change
  • Introduction.- The Physics of Phase Change.- Wettability and Interfaces.- Evaporation.- Boiling.- Condensation.- Freezing.- Colloidal Transition.- Nanoscale Effects.