Convective heat exchange on a plane surface in the case of a perpendicular jet flow of air through a perforated wall for small re numbers
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The results of an experimental investigation of the mean heat-transfer coefficients on a surface blown by a flow of air leaking in from a perforated plate are presented.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Experimental Investigation Heat Exchange Convective Heat Plane Surface
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