•Flow boiling HFE 7100 in SiNWs and Plainwall microchannels have been studied experimentally.•SiNW enhances heat transfer, reduces instabilities and pressure drop compare to Plainwall.•Visualization study (up to 70,000fps) shows enhanced rewetting and thin film evaporation.•Explosive bubble nucleation and merging to form annular flow reduces intermittent regimes in SiNWs.•Higher mass flux of HFE-7100 reduces the impact of SiNW on system performances and CHF.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer – Elsevier
Published: Sep 1, 2018
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