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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Natural and Mixed Convection

Analytical Solution for Fully Developed Mixed Convection Between Parallel Vertical Plates With Heat and Mass Transfer

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Kiari Boulama, Nicolas Galanis

THERMAUS, Génie Mécanique, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke J1K 2R1, QC, Canada

J. Heat Transfer 126(3), 381-388 (Jun 16, 2004) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1737774 History: Received July 22, 2003; Revised February 27, 2004; Online June 16, 2004
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UWT: Representative velocity profiles for different values of the combined buoyancy parameter (GrT+GrM)/Re
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UWT: Effects of the combined buoyancy parameter (GrT+GrM)/Re on the friction coefficients
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UWT: Effects of the combined buoyancy parameter (GrT+GrM)/Re on the Nusselt (or Sherwood) numbers
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UHF: Effects of the thermal buoyancy parameter GrT/Re on (a) the velocity, and (b) the temperature profiles
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UHF: Effects of the solutal buoyancy parameter GrM/Re on (a) the velocity, and (b) the temperature profiles
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UHF: Effects of the wall heat flux ratio q1/q2 on (a) the velocity, and (b) the temperature profiles
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UHF: Effects of (a) the thermal buoyancy parameter GrT/Re, and (b) the solutal buoyancy parameter GrM/Re on the friction coefficients
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UHF: Effects of the wall heat flux ratio q1/q2 on the friction coefficients
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UHF: Effects of (a) the thermal buoyancy parameter GrT/Re, and (b) the solutal buoyancy parameter GrM/Re on the Nusselt numbers
Grahic Jump Location
UHF: Effects of the wall heat flux ratio q1/q2 on the Nusselt numbers
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UHF: Effects of (a) the thermal buoyancy parameter GrT/Re, and (b) the solutal buoyancy parameter GrM/Re on the Sherwood numbers
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UHF: Effects of the wall heat flux ratio q1/q2 on the Sherwood numbers

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