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Convective heat transfer from castings of ice roughened surfaces in horizontal flight

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Published
**1995**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Nihad Dukhan ... [et al.]. |

Series | NASA technical memorandum -- 107109. |

Contributions | Dukhan, Nihad., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17794629M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 34847188 |

Convection Heat Transfer Reading Problems → , , , , , , → , , , , Introduction • in convective heat transfer, the bulk ﬂuid motion of the ﬂuid plays a major role in the over- all energy transfer process. Therefore, knowledge of the velocity distribution near a solid. Convective transfer of any property is dependent on fluid velocity and that is why in one of my matlab heat transfer simulation model, I am neglecting convection at the wall and few microns above it.

More recently, heat transfer measurements from upward-facing rectangular plates were executed in air by Martorell et al. [27], in , and in water by Kozanoglu and Lopez [28], in Theoretical studies The first theoretical study on natural convective heat transfer from horizontal surfaces File Size: KB. This lecture covers the following topics: 1. Concept of hydrodynamic boundary layer 2. Concept of thermal boundary layer 3. Concept of heat transfer coefficient 4. Important non-dimensional.

Convective heat transfer, often referred to simply as convection, is the transfer of heat from one place to another by the movement of fluids. Convection is usually the dominant form of heat transfer in liquids and gases. Although often discussed as a distinct method of heat transfer, convective heat transfer involves the combined processes of unknown conduction and advection. where again represents the rate of heat transfer from the wall, this time over unit area of surface; the temperature difference refers to that between the wall and the free stream; and α is the “heat transfer coefficient” which is a characteristic of the flow and of the surface. The two temperatures can vary with x-distance and it can be difficult to identify a free-stream temperature in.

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Convective Heat Transfer From Castings of Ice Roughened Surfaces in Horizontal Flight Nihad Dukhan University of Toledo Toledo,Ohio G: James VanFossen, Jr. Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio K. Cyril Masiulaniec and Kenneth J. DeWitt Universityof Toledo.

Toledo,Ohio Prepared for the International Icing Symposium ' Convective heat transfer from castings of ice roughened surfaces in horizontal flight - NASA/ADS A technique was developed to cast frozen ice shapes that had been grown on a metal surface.

This technique was applied to a series of ice shapes that were grown in the NASA Lewis Icing Research Tunnel on flat plates. Get this from a library. Convective heat transfer from castings of ice roughened surfaces in horizontal flight.

[Nihad Dukhan; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Convective Heat Transfer from Castings of Ice Roughened Surfaces in Horizontal Flight Authors / Details: Nihad Dukhan, University of Toledo; G.

James Van Fossen Jr., NASA; K. Cyril Masiulaniec and Kenneth J. DeWitt, University of Toledo. Test strips taken from these castings were outfitted with heat flux gages, such that when placed in a dry wind tunnel, they could be used to experimentally map out the convective heat transfer coefficient in the direction of flow from the roughened surfaces.

The effects on the heat transfer coefficient for parallel flow, which simulates horizontal flight, were studied. Convective Heat Transfer on Ice-Roughened Surfaces If you have ever been in an airport in the winter you may have noticed flight crews spraying something at the airplanes before they take off.

This is anti-ice spray, necessary because the airplane may fly through air that has tiny entrained super-cooled water droplets that will stick to the wings on impact (or be ingested into the engine) and freeze.

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round-corner ribs. turbulence on convective heat transfer to a smooth and rough airfoil. Another objective was to obtain needed heat transfer data for the NASA Lewis LEWICE ice growth prediction code.

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