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Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp 25–28 | Cite as

Heat transfer at large Prandtl numbers in the wall region with pressurization

  • N. P. Snegova
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Abstract

A steady turbulent flow is parallel to an infinite permeable plane wall through which is injected a liquid having the same physical properties as the liquid of the main flow. The generalized hypothesis of localizability of turbulent transport is used for analysis. The Stanton number is calculated in a wide range of variation of the Prandtl number for different values of the Reynolds number and a parameter characterizing pressurization.

Keywords

Heat Transfer Statistical Physic Reynolds Number Prandtl Number Wall Region 
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© Consultants Bureau 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • N. P. Snegova
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  1. 1.M. I. Kalinin Polytechnic InstituteLeningrad

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