Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 52, Issue 3, pp 269–275 | Cite as

Conjugate problem of evaporation in a long channel at small reynolds numbers

  • V. I. Nosik


The flow characteristics associated with evaporation from the walls of a long flat channel are investigated and the pressure and evaporation rate distribution along the channel are determined with allowance for the redistribution of energy in the walls.


Evaporation Statistical Physic Reynold Number Flow Characteristic Evaporation Rate 
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