This data folder contains the output data from all molecular dynamics simulations carried out in this paper.
We report nonequilibrium molecular simulations of the vibration-induced heating of nanoscale-thick water layers on a metal substrate. In addition to experimentally confirmed acoustothermal evaporation, we observe hitherto unmapped nucleate and film boiling regimes, accompanied by the generation of unprecedented heat fluxes [∼O(109) W/m2]. We develop a universal scaling parameter to classify the heat-transfer regimes and to predict the thickness of the residual nonevaporating liquid layer. The results find broad application to systems involving drying, coatings, and sprays.
Pillai, Rohit; Borg, Matthew; Reese, Jason. (2018). Acoustothermal atomization of water nanofilms, [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. School of Engineering. Institute of Multiscale Thermofluids. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/2415.