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Convection Transfer Equations

Convection Transfer Equations

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Published by: A.N.M. Mominul Islam Mukut on Dec 18, 2010
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Chapter 61
Chapter 6(III)
Convection Transfer Equations
The Reynolds Analogy
Dimensionless parameters
 
Reynolds Analogy
The Reynolds Analogy
Equivalence of dimensionless momentum and energy equations fornegligiblepressure gradient (dp*/dx*~0) and Pr~1:Advection termsDiffusion
**2******2
1Re
T T u v x y y
+ =
**2******2
1Re
u u uu v x y y
+ =
Hence, for equivalent boundary conditions, the solutions are of the same form:
**
******00
 y y
u u  y y
= =
==
Re2
 f 
C Nu
=
 
Reynolds Analogy (cont.)
WithPr = 1,the Reynolds analogy, which relates important parameters of thevelocityand thermal boundary layers, is2
 f 
St 
=
 p
h NuSt Vc ReP
 ρ 
=
Modified Reynolds (Chilton-Colburn) Analogy:
 – 
An empirical result that extends applicability of the Reynolds analogy:
23
Pr0.6Pr602
 f  H 
St j
= < <
Colburn j factor for heat transfer 
 – 
Applicable to laminar flow if dp*/dx* ~ 0.
 – 
Generally applicable to turbulent flow without restriction on dp*/dx*.
Stanton number

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