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Heat Transfer Using the Local Thermal Non-Equilibrium Model
For running the LTNE Model, the Reynolds number was also defined by Eq. (4.1). As mentioned before, for an impinging jet the flow is considered to be turbulent for Re > 1,000.
KeywordsNusselt Number Porous Layer Thermal Boundary Layer Darcy Number Primary Vortex
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