Published December 1995
by American Society of Mechanical Engineers .
Written in English
|Contributions||B. F. Armaly (Editor), N. K. Anand (Editor), R. S. Amano (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
This book is concerned with simultaneous transfer of momentum, heat and particulate mass in turbulent gas flows containing a relatively small (by volume) fraction of solid particles. The overwhelming majority of applications of particle-laden gas systems are turbulent, and this book therefore deals exclusively with turbulent transport phenomena. Fig. shows the mean velocity and the mean temperature profiles, results of the turbulent heat transfer DNSs performed at different Reynolds numbers and at low Prandtl number Pr = (Tiselj and Cizelj, ).These profiles are calculated with averaging of the velocity field over the planes parallel to the wall and over time. One can easily distinguish between the velocity and. Table 1 -Selected computational studies on turbulent heat transfer to supercritical pressure fluids; Table 2 -Flow conditions at P 0 = 8 MPa, T 0 = K, Re 0 Cited by: The computed velocity profiles, pressure drop, and heat transfer coefficient are compared with the experimental data of various investigators for fully developed turbulent flow in parallel plate ducts and pipes. This analysis leads to development of a Green’s function useful for solving a variety of conjugate heat transfer problems.
The heat and mass transfer of deformable droplets in turbulent flows is crucial to a wide range of applications, such as cloud dynamics and internal combustion engines. This study investigates a single droplet undergoing phase change in isotropic turbulence using numerical simulations with a hybrid lattice Boltzmann scheme. The influence of characteristic geometrical parameters of the dimples on the heat transfer, friction factor, and flow structure in heat-exchange ducts has been obtained. Preliminary results on the artificial neural networks application on heat transfer and friction factor assessment for the flow . This option allows users to search by Publication, Volume and Page Selecting this option will search the current publication in context. Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher/Society in context. J. Janicka, W. Kolbe, W. Kollmann: “The solution of a pdf-transport equation for turbulent diffusion flames”, in Proceedings of the Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute, ed. by C. T. Crowe, W. L. Grosshandler (Stanford University Press, Stanford ) p. Google Scholar.
The present volume on heat transfer in turbulent flow discusses heat transfer through a pressure-driven 3D boundary layer, the effects of simulated combustor turbulence on boundary layer heat transfer, an experiment on spatial and temporal turbulent structures of a natural convection boundary layer, and the influence of high mainstream turbulence on leading edge heat transfer. section e convective heat transfer and friction in flow of liquids (pp. ) When turbulent flow occurs in a passage, macro scopic portions of fluid move about in an apparently random fashion. This book comprises heat transfer fundamental concepts and modes (specifically conduction, convection and radiation), bioheat, entransy theory development, micro heat transfer, high temperature applications, turbulent shear flows, mass transfer, heat pipes, design optimization, medical therapies, fiber-optics, heat transfer in surfactant solutions, landmine detection, heat . Withers, J. G., a, “Tube-Side Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop for Tubes Having Helical Internal Ridging With Turbulent/Transitional Flow of Single-Phase Fluid. Part 1. Single-Helix Ridging,” Heat Transfer Engineering 2, No. 1, pp. 48–