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Heat Transfer Research; Studies from University of Oklahoma update current data on heat transfer research
Author: Anonymous ProQuest document link Abstract (Abstract): According to a study from the United States, "Wei et al. [T. Wei, P. Fife, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Scaling heat transfer in fully developed turbulent channel flow, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 48 (2005) 5284-5296; T. Wei, P. Fife, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Properties of the mean momentum balance in turbulent boundary layer, pipe and channel flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 522 (2005) 303-327; P. Fife, T. Wei, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Stress gradient balance layers and scale hierarchies in wallbounded turbulent flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 532 (2005) 165-189] proposed a new scaling for fully developed turbulent channel flow with constant heat flux at the walls." Abstract: [T. Wei, P. Fife, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Scaling heat transfer in fully developed turbulent channel flow, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 48 (2005) 5284-5296; T. Wei, P. Fife, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Properties of the mean momentum balance in turbulent boundary layer, pipe and channel flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 522 (2005) 303-327; P. Fife, T. Wei, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Stress gradient balance layers and scale hierarchies in wall-bounded turbulent flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 532 (2005) 165-189] proposed a new scaling for fully developed turbulent channel flow with constant heat flux at the walls. Full text: According to a study from the United States, "Wei et al. [T. Wei, P. Fife, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Scaling heat transfer in fully developed turbulent channel flow, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 48 (2005) 5284-5296; T. Wei, P. Fife, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Properties of the mean momentum balance in turbulent boundary layer, pipe and channel flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 522 (2005) 303-327; P. Fife, T. Wei, J. Klewicki, P. McMurtry, Stress gradient balance layers and scale hierarchies in wall-bounded turbulent flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 532 (2005) 165-189] proposed a new scaling for fully developed turbulent channel flow with constant heat flux at the walls." "Their analysis was based on the description of the physical layer structure of the thermal energy field in wall turbulence using the unintegrated form of the mean energy equation. The present communication examines the applicability of this analysis for different turbulent velocity fields (plane Couette and plane Poiseuille flow)," wrote P.M. Le and colleagues, University of Oklahoma. The researchers concluded: "The data, obtained using a Lagrangian computational method, show good agreement with the Wei et al. approach and extend the range of Peclet numbers that Wei and coauthors have investigated." Le and colleagues published their study in International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer (On the scaling of heat transfer using thermal flux gradients for fully developed turbulent channel and Couette flows. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 2008;35(4):404-412). For more information, contact D.V. Papavassijiou, University of Oklahoma, School Chemical Biology &Materials Engineering, 100 E Boyd St., SEC T-335, Norman, OK 73019, USA. Publisher contact information for the journal International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer is: Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd., the Boulevard, Langford Lane, Kidlington, Oxford OX5 1GB, England. Keywords: Computational, Computers, SoftwareHeat Transfer Research, University of Oklahoma. This article was prepared by Journal of Technology &Science editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2008, Journal of Technology &Science via VerticalNews.com.

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Subject: Heat transfer; Studies; Fluid dynamics; Turbulent flow; Publication title: Journal of Technology & Science First page: 2128 Publication year: 2008 Publication date: May 26, 2008 Year: 2008 Publisher: NewsRx Place of publication: Atlanta Country of publication: United States Publication subject: Technology: Comprehensive Works ISSN: 1944-1894 Source type: Trade Journals Language of publication: English Document type: Expanded Reporting ProQuest document ID: 208594923 Document URL: http://search.proquest.com/docview/208594923?accountid=50257 Copyright: (c)Copyright 2008, Journal of Technology & Science via VerticalNews.com Last updated: 2011-06-14 Database: ProQuest Science Journals

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Citation style: APA 6th - American Psychological Association, 6th Edition Heat transfer research; studies from university of oklahoma update current data on heat transfer research. (2008). Journal of Technology & Science, , 2128. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/208594923?accountid=50257

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