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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Natural and Mixed Convection

Solutions for Temperature Rise in Stationary/Moving Bodies Caused by Surface Heating With Surface Convection

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Shuangbiao Liu, Qian Wang, Leon Keer

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208

Sylvie Lannou

Département de Mécanique, Ecole Polytechnique, F-91128 Palaiseau, France

J. Heat Transfer 126(5), 776-785 (Nov 16, 2004) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1795234 History: Received August 07, 2003; Revised June 11, 2004; Online November 16, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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Bodies subject to the surface heat source
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Effect of the Péclet number on the time required to reach approximately steady state
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Schematics of influence coefficients
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Evolution of the influence coefficient at the origin with time
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Location of maximum temperature with the Péclet number
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SS surface temperature of the half-plane for various Péclet numbers. Those values around curves are Péclet number for Eq. (2.13).
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SS surface temperature of the half-plane for different Péclet numbers (h=1)
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Sufrace temperature with different h (half-plane) a) Pe1=0.005;b) Pe1=1;c) Pe1=10
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Variation of temperature at the origin with Péclet number and h (half-plane)
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Surface temperature distribution with Pe1=4 and h=1 (half-space)
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Surface temperature in x1 direction with x2=0 and different h (half-space) a) Pe1=0;b) Pe1=1;c) Pe1=10
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Surface temperature in x2 direction with x1=0 and different h (half-space) a) Pe1=0;b) Pe1=1;c) Pe1=10
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Variation of temperature at the origin with Péclet number and h (half-space)

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