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Impingement/Effusion Cooling: The Influence of the Number of Impingement Holes and Pressure Loss on the Heat Transfer Coefficient

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A. M. Al Dabagh, G. E. Andrews, R. A. A. Abdul Husain, C. I. Husain, A. Nazari, J. Wu

Department of Fuel and Energy, The University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

J. Turbomach 112(3), 467-476 (Jul 01, 1990) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2927682 History: Received January 27, 1989; Online June 09, 2008

Abstract

Measurements of the overall heat transfer coefficient within an impingement/effusion cooled wall are presented. The FLUENT CFD computer code has been applied to the internal aerodynamics to demonstrate the importance of internal recirculation in the impingement gap. This generates a convective heat transfer to the impingement jet. Measurements of this heat transfer plate coefficient are presented that show it to be approximately half of the impingement/effusion heat transfer coefficient. The influence of the relative pressure loss or X/D between the impingement and effusion walls was investigated, for an effusion X/D of 4.67 and a Z of 8 mm, and shown to be only significant at high G where a reduction in h of 20 percent occurred. Increasing the number of holes N in the impingement/effusion array at a constant Z of 8 mm reduced h by 20 percent, mainly due to the higher Z/D for the smaller holes at high N. Reduced numbers of impingement holes relative to the effusion holes, in a ratio of 1 to 4, were shown to have a small influence on h with a maximum reduction in h of 20 percent at high G and a negligible effect at low G.

Copyright © 1990 by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
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