12-int_lam_flw4-1

12-int_lam_flw4-1 - Module 12 1 Internal Laminar Flow-IV...

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Module 12 ME 6302 1 Internal Laminar Flow-IV Professor S.M. Ghiaasiaan G.W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332-0405
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Module 12 ME 6302 2 Hydro dynamically-Fully Developed Flow, Thermal Entrance; Constant Wall Heat Flux • The problem is similar to Graetz’s problem, with the exception of wall boundary condition. It has been solved by Siegel et al. (1958). • Empirical, algebraic correlations that predict the exact analytical results and the results from Leveque analysis (for very small ) within have been derived by Shah and London (1978) x 1% ±
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Module 12 ME 6302 3 Hydro dynamically-Fully Developed Flow, Thermal Entrance; Constant Wall Heat Flux • Analytical solution (Siegel et al., 1958) 24 " 0 11 7 4 284 8 2 in s TT xr r qr k θ ∗∗ == + ⎛⎞ ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ 2 1 1 () e x p ( 2 ) 2 nn n n CR r x β = +− 0 0 2R e P r x x r r r r = =
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Module 12 ME 6302 4 Hydro dynamically-Fully Developed Flow, Thermal Entrance; Constant Wall Heat Flux 1 2 1 11 1 (1) exp( 2 ) 48 2 xn n n n Nu C R x β
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