The Soviet Journal of Atomic Energy

, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp 402–409 | Cite as

Investigation of convection heat transfer to a gas-graphite suspension under conditions of internal flow in vertical channels

  • Z. R. Gorbis
  • R. A. Bakhtiozin


The convection heat transfer to the flow of a gas containing graphite dust in cylindrical channels is investigated. A general theoretical dependence is derived. The effect of the basic determining factors on the heat transfer is considered. The experimental results are compared with data given in other papers.


Heat Transfer Dust Graphite Convection Convection Heat 
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  • Z. R. Gorbis
  • R. A. Bakhtiozin

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