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The authors thank V. G. Levich for his interest and valuable comments.

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Myasnikov, V.P., Rozhdestvenskaya, M.S. Heat transfer between a surface and a fluidized bed. J Appl Mech Tech Phys 9, 762–768 (1968).

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