External forced convection

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Convective heat and mass transfer is the process of heat and mass transport through fluid flow.  Understanding the fundamentals of fluid mechanisms is an important part of predicting and modeling convective transfer problems<ref>Faghri, A., Zhang, Y., and Howell, J. R., 2010, ''Advanced  Heat and Mass Transfer'', Global Digital Press, Columbia, MO.
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</ref>. In external forced convection, the fluid has at least one side that is not bounded by a solid surface.  Flow over a flat plate is a classic example of external flow.  The temperature of the fluid far away from the surface as well as a condition on the surface such as temperature, heat flux, or a combination are usually known. 
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:[[One-Dimensional Steady-State Convection and Diffusion|One-dimensional steady-state convection and diffusion]], [[Multidimensional Convection and Diffusion Problems|multidimensional convection and diffusion problems]], [[Numerical Solution of Flow Field|numerical solution of flow field]], [[Numerical Simulation of Interfaces and Free Surfaces|numerical simulation of interfaces and free surfaces]], and [[Application of Computational Methods|application of computational methods]]
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*[[Analogies and differences in different transport phenomena]]  
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:[[Turbulent Boundary Layer Equations|Turbulent boundary layer equations]],[[Algebraic Models for Eddy Diffusivity|algebraic models for eddy diffusivity]], [[k-epsilon Model|k-ε model]], and [[Momentum and Heat Transfer over a Flat Plate|momentum and heat transfer over a flat plate]].
:[[Turbulent Boundary Layer Equations|Turbulent boundary layer equations]],[[Algebraic Models for Eddy Diffusivity|algebraic models for eddy diffusivity]], [[k-epsilon Model|k-ε model]], and [[Momentum and Heat Transfer over a Flat Plate|momentum and heat transfer over a flat plate]].
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Current revision as of 13:46, 5 August 2010

Convective heat and mass transfer is the process of heat and mass transport through fluid flow. Understanding the fundamentals of fluid mechanisms is an important part of predicting and modeling convective transfer problems[1]. In external forced convection, the fluid has at least one side that is not bounded by a solid surface. Flow over a flat plate is a classic example of external flow. The temperature of the fluid far away from the surface as well as a condition on the surface such as temperature, heat flux, or a combination are usually known.

One-dimensional steady-state convection and diffusion, multidimensional convection and diffusion problems, numerical solution of flow field, numerical simulation of interfaces and free surfaces, and application of computational methods
Turbulent boundary layer equations,algebraic models for eddy diffusivity, k-ε model, and momentum and heat transfer over a flat plate.

References

  1. Faghri, A., Zhang, Y., and Howell, J. R., 2010, Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, Global Digital Press, Columbia, MO.

        

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