Heat and mass transfer for turbulent flow of chemically reacting gas in eccentric annular channels
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An algorithm is proposed for calculating the velocity, temperature, and concentration fields under conditions of cooling of a cylindrical heat-releasing rod, placed off-center in a circular casing pipe, by a longitudinal flow of chemically reacting gas [N2O4].
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Casing N2O4 Concentration Field
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