TECHNICAL PAPERS: Jets, Wakes, and Impingement Cooling

Simulation of Compressible Micro-Scale Jet Impingement Heat Transfer

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Deborah V. Pence, Paul A. Boeschoten, James A. Liburdy

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331

J. Heat Transfer 125(3), 447-453 (May 20, 2003) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1571082 History: Received February 12, 2002; Revised January 31, 2003; Online May 20, 2003
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Illustration of the computational domain indicating the general flow pattern caused by the impinging jet
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Nondimensionalized wall and adiabatic wall temperature (T/To) versus radial position for (a) H/D=2 and (b) H/D=4
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Nondimensional radial slip velocity distribution along impinging surface
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Local Nusselt number distribution along impinging surface for H/D=2 for both compressible and incompressible solutions
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Nondimensional density distributions normal to the impingement surface for H/D=2 at (a) r*=0.5 and (b) r*=1.0
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Nondimensional pressure distributions normal to the impingement surface for H/D=2 at (a) r*=0.5 and (b) r*=1.0
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Nondimensional temperature distributions (T*) normal to the impingement surface for H/D=2 at (a) r*=0.5, (b) r*=1.0, and (c) r*=1.5
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Nondimensional radial velocity distributions normal to the impingement surface for (a) H/D=2 at r*=0.5, (b) H/D=2 at r*=1.5, and (c) H/D=4 at r*=1.5
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Local Nusselt number distribution illustrating the effect of slip and temperature jump




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