## Forum on Microgravity Flows, 1991: presented at the First ASME-JSME Fluids Engineering Conference, Portland, Oregon, June 23-27, 1991 |

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### Contents

ForcedInjection Quenching of a HotTube Under Microgravity | 1 |

Stability of Capillary Surfaces | 11 |

Thermal Gravitational Modelling and Scaling | 21 |

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adiabatic ammonia ampoule apparatus body of revolution Bond number boundary conditions Capillary Pumped Loop capillary surfaces cell condenser Crystal Growth cylinder Delgado density dimensionless numbers distortion drop tower effects elongational viscosity enthalpy equation experiments FED-Vol flow patterns Flows ASME 1991 force Forum on Microgravity furnace heat conductivity heat input heat transfer heat transport systems horizontal hot-wire influence inner sphere interface shape investigated isotherm Kawaji large-scale ocean motions latent heat liquid liquid-bridge measurement melt microgravity conditions Microgravity Flows ASME momentum normal stress parameters phase phenomena predicted pressure drops quenching radial radius reduced gravity residual accelerations rod climbing phenomenon scaling shear shear rate simulation solid solid-liquid interface solution succinonitrile surface shape surface tension temperature gradient temperature profile terrestrial thermal conductivity tube two-phase flow Two-Phase Heat Transport University of Bremen values VALVE vapour quality velocity components vertical configuration viscoelastic fluids Weissenberg effect ZARM