UFR 3-07 References
Natural and mixed convection boundary layers on
vertical heated walls (B)
Underlying Flow Regime 3-07 © copyright ERCOFTAC 2004
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1 Downward flow of air in a heated tube, inlet Re=14815, Gr=3.812x107, Bo=0.0499, Tw=83.3°C, Ta=23.1°C, outlet Tw=212.0°C, Ta=137.1°C. Also shown are predictions for a different set of conditions. CFD predictions by Gerasimov (2002).
Figure 2 Downward flow of air in a heated tube, inlet Re=7044, Gr=8.010x107, Bo=0.5573, Tw=58.3°C, Ta=20.5°C, outlet Tw=147.9°C, Ta=105.0°C. Also shown are predictions for a different set of conditions, inlet Re=5016, Gr=8.003x107, Bo=1.7816, Tw=72.7°C, Ta=20.9°C, outlet Tw=195.3°C, Ta=143.9°C. CFD predictions by Gerasimov (2002).
Figure 3 Downward flow of air in a heated tube, inlet Re=4097, Gr=6.800x107, Bo=3.0268, Tw=71.8°C, Ta=20.1°C, outlet Tw=194.4°C, Ta=147.7°C. CFD predictions by Gerasimov (2002).
Figure 4 Upward flow of air in a heated tube, inlet Re=15023, Gr=2.163x108, Bo=0.1124, Tw=74.0°C, Ta=19.1°C, outlet Tw=222.4°C, Ta=130.4°C. Also shown are predictions for a different set of parameters. CFD predictions by Gerasimov (2002).
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