Modeling the heat transfer when a chemically reacting flow passes a rib by means of the finite-element method
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The finite-element method is used to solve the conjugate problem of heat transfer between a ribbed wall and a chemically reacting flow. The distribution of the velocities, temperatures, and concentrations, as well as the local heat-transfer coefficients and efficiency of the rib, is obtained.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Statistical Physic Conjugate Problem
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