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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Forced Convection

Inverse Convection Problem for Determining Wall Heat Flux in Annular Duct Flow

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H.-Y. Li, W.-M. Yan

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hua Fan University, Shihtin, Taipei, Taiwan 22305, R.O.C.

J. Heat Transfer 122(3), 460-464 (Feb 29, 2000) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1287169 History: Received May 17, 1999; Revised February 29, 2000
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Grahic Jump Location
The exact and estimated wall heat fluxes for σ=0.01,M=41,N=41
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The exact and estimated wall heat fluxes for σ=0.02,M=41,N=41
Grahic Jump Location
The exact and estimated wall heat fluxes for σ=0.01,M=21,N=21
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The exact and estimated wall heat fluxes for σ=0.01 and σ=0.02,M=41,N=41
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The sensitivity coefficient ∂θ(ξ,1,τ)/∂Q2,2 used in the inverse analysis when the measurements are taken at η=1
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Geometry and coordinates
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The sensitivity coefficient ∂θ(ξ,0.5,τ)/∂Q2,2 used in the inverse analysis when the measurements are taken at η=0.5
Grahic Jump Location
The exact and estimated wall heat fluxes for σ=0.01 and σ=0.02,M=41,N=41
Grahic Jump Location
The exact and estimated wall heat fluxes for σ=0.02,M=41,N=41

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