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TVT, 2007, Volume 45, Issue 1, Pages 85–93 (Mi tvt972)  

This article is cited in 6 scientific papers (total in 6 papers)

Heat and Mass Transfer and Physical Gasdynamics

Conjugate heat transfer between wall gasdynamic flows and anisotropic bodies

V. F. Formalev, S. A. Kolesnik

Moscow Aviation Institute (State Technical University)

Abstract: Conjugate heat transfer is investigated between wall gradient gasdynamic flows and anisotropic bodies. Because the degree of anisotropy in a body subjected to flow may be significant (from 1 to 100), the equations of conservation of momentum and energy for wall flows must include the second derivatives of gasdynamic characteristics with respect to longitudinal independent variable. Analysis of the results of conjugate heat transfer between wall gradient gasdynamic flows and anisotropic bodies with the ratio between the diagonal coefficients of thermal conductivity tensor of more than or equal to ten leads one to the conclusion about the possibility of reducing heat fluxes from gasdynamic flows to anisotropic bodies only owing to the variation of the characteristics of thermal conductivity tensor. Analysis is further performed of other results used in making a number of practical recommendations.

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High Temperature, 2007, 45:1, 76–84

Bibliographic databases:

UDC: 536.21; 532.536
PACS: 51.20+d
Received: 27.12.2005

Citation: V. F. Formalev, S. A. Kolesnik, “Conjugate heat transfer between wall gasdynamic flows and anisotropic bodies”, TVT, 45:1 (2007), 85–93; High Temperature, 45:1 (2007), 76–84

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    2. V. F. Formalev, S. A. Kolesnik, E. L. Kuznetsova, “Nonstationary heat transfer in anisotropic half-space under the conditions of heat exchange with the environment having a specified temperature”, High Temperature, 54:6 (2016), 824–830  mathnet  crossref  crossref  isi  elib
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    4. Formalev V.F., Kolesnik S.A., “Temperature-Dependent Anisotropic Bodies Thermal Conductivity Tensor Components Identification Method”, Int. J. Heat Mass Transf., 123 (2018), 994–998  crossref  isi  scopus
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