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Convective heat transfer characteristics of a two-dimensional turbulent wall attaching offset jet
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Convective heat transfer characteristics of a two-dimensional turbulent wall attaching offset jet
Yun, Sun-Hyeon; Lee, Dae-Hui; Song, Heung-Bok; Kim, Dae-Seong;
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 Abstract
An experimental study on the convective heat transfer characteristics was performed for a two-dimensional wall attaching offset jet(WAOJ). Thermochromic liquid crystal was used to measure the plate wall temperature. The Nusselt number was measured for Reynolds numbers from 6, 500 to 39, 000, and the offset ratios from 0.5 to 15. The maximum Nusselt number point coincides with the time-averaged reattachment point and Nusselt number decreases monotonically after the jet reattaches on the wall. In the recirculation region Nusselt number minimize near the upstream corner and then increases as X/D decreases to vanishes. This suggests the existence of secondary vortices, causing an additional mixing of the flow in the corner. The correlations between the local Nusselt number and Reynolds number, Re, offset ratio, H/D, and streamwise distance, X/D are presented.
 Keywords
Liquid Crystal;Convective Heat Transfer;Wall Attaching Offset Jet;Nusselt Number;Gold Coated Film;Color Image Processing System;
 Language
Korean
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