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Development of a temperature field in a turbulent flow with unsteady heat transfer

Development of a temperature field in a turbulent flow with unsteady heat transfer A. M. Meirmanov, "Example of the nonexistence Of the classical solution of the Stefan problem," DOkl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 258, No. 3 (1981). DEVELOPMENT OF A TEMPERATURE FIELD IN A TURBULENT FLOW WITH UNSTEADY HEAT TRANSFER B. V. Perepelitsa and Yu. M. Pshenichnikov UDC 536.24 Heat-transfer processes occurring under unsteady conditions are encoutnered fairly often in different areas of modern technology. The theory of unsteady heat transfer in turbulent flows is still far from complete, which has to do with the serious difficulties en- countered in attempting to mathematically describe the processes. Calculation of these processes is also considerably complicated bythe need to solve a coupled problem, since processes of heat transfer in the heat carrier are inextricably allied with the development of a temperature field in the walls of the channel [i, 2]. The experimental study'of unsteady heat transfer in turbulent flows is a rather compli- cated technical problem, due both to the effect of a large number of parameters on the character of the process and to the need to rapidly collect and analyze a large volume of information. Measurements show that the effect of transience on heat transfer may be substantial [2-4]. At the same time, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics Springer Journals

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Springer Journals
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Physics; Classical Mechanics; Fluid- and Aerodynamics; Classical and Continuum Physics; Applications of Mathematics; Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics; Mechanical Engineering
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0021-8944
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1573-8620
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A. M. Meirmanov, "Example of the nonexistence Of the classical solution of the Stefan problem," DOkl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 258, No. 3 (1981). DEVELOPMENT OF A TEMPERATURE FIELD IN A TURBULENT FLOW WITH UNSTEADY HEAT TRANSFER B. V. Perepelitsa and Yu. M. Pshenichnikov UDC 536.24 Heat-transfer processes occurring under unsteady conditions are encoutnered fairly often in different areas of modern technology. The theory of unsteady heat transfer in turbulent flows is still far from complete, which has to do with the serious difficulties en- countered in attempting to mathematically describe the processes. Calculation of these processes is also considerably complicated bythe need to solve a coupled problem, since processes of heat transfer in the heat carrier are inextricably allied with the development of a temperature field in the walls of the channel [i, 2]. The experimental study'of unsteady heat transfer in turbulent flows is a rather compli- cated technical problem, due both to the effect of a large number of parameters on the character of the process and to the need to rapidly collect and analyze a large volume of information. Measurements show that the effect of transience on heat transfer may be substantial [2-4]. At the same time,

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Published: Dec 15, 2004

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