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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Heat Transfer. January 2012, 134(1): 011602.
Published Online: November 8, 2011
..., and 243 μm in diameter with 50mm in length, respectively. The wall temperature was maintained at 310 K, 330 K, and 350 K by circulating water around the microtube, respectively. The stagnation pressure is chosen in such a way that the exit Mach number ranges from 0.1 to 1.0. The outlet pressure was fixed...
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J. Heat Transfer. July 2011, 133(7): 071706.
Published Online: April 4, 2011
... 4 Wm − 2 for the negative value was chosen. The outer tube radius ranged from 20 μ m to 150 μ m with the radius ratios of 0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.25, and 0.5 and the ratio of length to hydraulic diameter was 100. The stagnation pressure was chosen in such a way that the exit Mach number ranges from 0.1...
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J. Heat Transfer. July 2011, 133(7): 071702.
Published Online: March 30, 2011
...Joseph Majdalani; Brian A. Maicke Stodola’s area-Mach number relation is one of the most widely used expressions in compressible flow analysis. From academe to aeropropulsion, it has found utility in the design and performance characterization of numerous propulsion systems; these include rockets...
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J. Heat Transfer. April 2010, 132(4): 041013.
Published Online: February 23, 2010
... and an average surface temperature of 50 ° C . The Reynolds number range for the same arrays with air was 300 ≤ Re d ≤ 4900 with average heat transfer coefficients of 2500 W / m 2 K to 15,000 W / m 2 K . The effect of the Mach number on the area-averaged Nusselt number was found to be negligible. The data were...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Heat Transfer. March 2010, 132(3): 031701.
Published Online: December 22, 2009
... studying the characteristics of such gas jets, an interesting invariance of the local Mach number with the change in the surrounding temperature was found. The velocity and temperature of the jet at any given location increased with the increasing ambient temperature. However, the local Mach number...
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Article Type: Research Papers
J. Heat Transfer. January 2009, 131(1): 012201.
Published Online: October 21, 2008
...Matt Goodro; Jongmyung Park; Phil Ligrani; Mike Fox; Hee-Koo Moon This paper consider the effects of temperature ratio on the heat transfer from an array of jets impinging on a flat plate. At a constant Reynolds number of 18,000 and a constant Mach number of 0.2, different ratios of target plate...
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J. Heat Transfer. June 2008, 130(6): 061703.
Published Online: April 23, 2008
... locations of three, five, seven, and ten diameters, for a Reynolds number, based on upstream velocity and cylinder diameter, of 9.2 × 10 4 and freestream Mach number of 0.22. The measured velocity and recovery temperature data are expressed in nondimensional form as an energy separation factor...
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J. Heat Transfer. April 2007, 129(4): 517–525.
Published Online: January 2, 2007
... and interaction of such athermal nonequilibrium plasma discharges in conjunction with low Mach number fluid dynamics and heat transfer. The model is self-consistent, coupling the first-principles-based discharge dynamics with the fluid dynamics and heat transfer equations. Under atmospheric pressure...
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J. Heat Transfer. April 2007, 129(4): 441–448.
Published Online: November 17, 2006
... is a supersonic adiabatic turbulent boundary layer subjected to a supersonic freestream with a Mach number 1.8. The purpose of this study is to test the strong Reynolds analogy (SRA), the Van Driest transformation, and the applicability of Morkovin’s hypothesis. For the first case, the influence of the variable...
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J. Heat Transfer. September 2006, 128(9): 879–888.
Published Online: April 22, 2006
... and the total to exit pressure ratio was 1.12 for the first-stage rotor blade. The corresponding rotor blade inlet and outlet Mach numbers are 0.1 and 0.3, respectively. The film cooling effectiveness distributions are presented along with discussions on the influence of rotational speed (off design incidence...
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J. Heat Transfer. May 2005, 127(5): 521–530.
Published Online: May 25, 2005
... was 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0. Tests were conducted with a stationary, five-bladed linear cascade in a blow-down facility. The free-stream Reynolds number, based on the axial chord length and the exit velocity, was 1,138,000, and the inlet and the exit Mach numbers were 0.25 and 0.6, respectively. Turbulence...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. October 2004, 126(5): 753–763.
Published Online: November 16, 2004
...Stephen E. Turner; Lok C. Lam; Mohammad Faghri; Otto J. Gregory This paper presents an experimental investigation of laminar gas flow through microchannels. The independent variables: relative surface roughness, Knudsen number and Mach number were systematically varied to determine their influence...
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J. Heat Transfer. August 2005, 127(8): 830–838.
Published Online: August 28, 2004
... Navier-Stokes equations were solved using a second-order accurate finite volume method. Low Mach number preconditioning was used to enable the compressible code to work efficiently at low Mach numbers. A dynamic subgrid-scale stress model accounted for the subgrid-scale turbulence. When the outer wall...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. June 2003, 125(3): 447–453.
Published Online: May 20, 2003
... flow occurs at large, subsonic Mach numbers (0.2 to 0.8) and low Reynolds numbers (419 to 1782) at two impingement distances. The flow is characterized by a Knudsen number of 0.01, based on the viscous boundary layer thickness, which is large enough to warrant consideration of slip-flow boundary...
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Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Heat Transfer. August 2001, 123(4): 760–769.
Published Online: January 20, 2001
... . Manuscript received by the Heat Transfer Division June 9, 2000; revision received January 20, 2001. Associate Editor: D. Poulikakos. 09 June 2000 20 January 2001 heat exchangers integration optimisation thermodynamic properties entropy Mach number Geometry Heat Exchangers...