Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 27, Issue 4, pp 1186–1191 | Cite as

General problems of heat exchange in a moving layer

  • V. I. Gubinskii


An approximate analytical solution is obtained for the problem of steady heat exchange in a moving layer in the presence of heat and mass sources in the gas stream. A numerical-analytical method is developed for the solution of the problem of nonsteady heat exchange of a layer by convection or radiation with the simultaneous action of different disturbing factors.


Radiation Convection Statistical Physic Heat Exchange General Problem 
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