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Similarity analysis of a forced uniform flow impinging on a rotating disk in a vapor deposition process
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 Title & Authors
Similarity analysis of a forced uniform flow impinging on a rotating disk in a vapor deposition process
Song, Chang-Geol; Hwang, Jeong-Ho;
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 Abstract
A theoretical study for a forced uniform flow impinging on a rotating disk, typically involved in Chemical Vapor Deposition(CVD) and Vapor-phase Axial Deposition(VAD) processes, has been carried out. A set of exact solutions for flow and temperature fields are developed by employing a similarity variable obtained from force balance on a control volume near the disk. The solutions depend on the rotating speed of the disk, .omega., and the forced flow speed toward the disk, a. For constant forced flow speed, the overall boundary layer thickness decreases when the rotating speed increases. Approximately 5%, 15%, and 30% decreases of the thickness are obtained for .omega./a = 2, 5, and 10, respectively, compared to the case of .omega./a = 0 (axisymmetric stagnation point flow). For constant rotating disk speed the boundary layer thickness immediately decreases as the forced flow speed increases, compared to the case of .omega./a .rarw. .inf. (induced flow near a rotating disk). Effects of .omega. and a on heat transfer coefficient are studied and explained with the boundary layer characteristics.
 Keywords
Chemical Vapor Deposition(CVD);Vapor-Phase Axial Deposition(VAD);Similarity Analysis;Stagnation Point Flow;Flow Near a Rotating Disk;
 Language
Korean
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