Experimental study of heat transfer in a pulsating combustor
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The local and integral heat fluxes through the wall of a combustor operating in the pulsating regime have been investigated experimentally.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Experimental Study Statistical Physic Heat Flux Pulsate Regime
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