Comparing the Nusselt number at Re = 1000 to Re = 3000 shows an increase of more than two times the convective heat
The coefficient of convective heat
transfer here is given in the form of a temperature function, the graph of which is given in Fig.
Mixed convective heat
transfer from two identical square cylinders in cross flow at Re = 100.
transfer and flow characteristics of Cu-water nanofluid, Science in China (Series E) 45: 408-416.
The remaining heat is carried away by oil by means of convective heat
transfer, as it is submerged in oil.
Total heat flux from the heated floor is the summation of radiant heat flux and convective heat
flux from the surface, as given in Equation 9.
To obtain the convective heat
transfer coefficients under different drying conditions, temperatures at specific locations inside the wood samples were measured and results are shown in Figure 5.
Several authors [6-11] have presented various aspects of the convective heat
flow problems through porous media.
He'd loan it to me for exams and it realty saved my bacon, especially when calculating convective heat
Since convective heat
transfer is well approximated by conduction across the boundary layer, this thinning of the boundary layer represents an enhancement in the convective heat
According to heat flows affecting collector, the chosen design contour includes boundary conditions of the 2nd type (density of heat flow going through surface) and boundary conditions of the 3rd type (presence of convective heat
The last two chapters, new in the third edition, cover novel techniques of microchannels and nanofluids as conduits for convective heat
A: Thermoflect blankets, patient gowns, bouffant caps, pediatric pajamas, and even staff apparel put heat-reflective technology, pioneered by NASA, to use in preserving core body temperature and preventing convective heat
loss (wind chill).
Makinde  investigated the MHD boundary layer flow with heat and mass transfer over a moving vertical plate in the presence of magnetic field and convective heat
exchange at the surface.
This means that radiant cooling systems may impact zone cooling loads in several ways: (1) heat is removed from the zone through an additional heat transfer pathway (radiant heat transfer) compared to air systems, which rely on convective heat
transfer only; (2) by cooling the inside surface temperatures of non-active exterior building walls, higher heat gain through the building envelope may result; and (3) radiant heat exchange with non-active surfaces also reduces heat accumulation in building mass, thereby affecting peak cooling loads.