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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Heat Mass Transfer. February 2021, 143(2): 021801.
Paper No: HT-20-1044
Published Online: November 16, 2020
... wall temperature boundary, unyield region of temperature-dependent model at rear of circular tube is smaller due to a higher shear rate and lower average viscosity. On the surface of circular tube, local skin drag coefficient first increases and then decreases, and local Nusselt number decreases near...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Forced Convection
J. Heat Mass Transfer. July 2012, 134(7): 071704.
Published Online: May 22, 2012
... the steadiness of the flow field. The Nusselt number can be increased, which leads to a moderate rise in the drag coefficient. Thereby, the effect of the borehole depends on the Reynolds number, the bore diameter, and the angle of attack. For that reason, drag forces and total heat transfers do not simply follow...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J. Heat Mass Transfer. September 2006, 128(9): 969–973.
Published Online: March 5, 2006
... to 3.594 cm for the wing-shaped tubes. Based on the recorded time distributions of velocity u f ( t ) and temperature T f ( t ) , time average Reynolds number Re ¯ , drag coefficient C ¯ d , and Stanton number St ¯ were calculated. In general, the drag coefficient and the Stanton number are smaller...