Critical heat flux occurs when a heater or plate becomes too hot, restricting the flow of liquid to the surface and causing the plate to overheat and potentially burn out.
What does CHF stand for?
CHF stands for Critical Heat Flux
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In this issue, the following articles appear: Critical Heat Flux of Boiling in Microchannels A liquid-cooled microchannel heat sink has been shown to be a very effective way to remove high heat load.
However, for a given gap size, the critical heat flux increased with oil concentration accompanied by greater surface superheats.