UFR 3-06 References
Natural and mixed convection boundary layers on vertical heated walls (A)
Underlying Flow Regime 3-06 © copyright ERCOFTAC 2004
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Contributors: André Latrobe - CEA / DRN / Department de Thermohydraulique