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Local Heat Transfer and Flow Structure on and Above a Dimpled Surface in a Channel

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G. I. Mahmood, M. L. Hill, D. L. Nelson, P. M. Ligrani

  Convective Heat Transfer Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112

H.-K. Moon, B. Glezer

Solar Turbines, Inc., Turbine Cooling Design and Analysis, San Diego, CA 92186

J. Turbomach 123(1), 115-123 (Feb 01, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1333694 History: Received February 01, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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Schmeatic diagrams of (a) the experimental apparatus, and (b) a side view of the experimental apparatus with dimensions. All dimensions are given in mm.
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Schematic diagrams of: (a) the entire dimpled test surface, and (b) individual dimple geometry details. All dimensions are given in mm.
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Local Nu/Nu0 distributions measured at ReH=10.200 and Toi/Tw=0.94
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Sketch of three-dimensional flow structure and flow visualization images in different light planes at dimple row 10 for ReH=1250 and H/D=0.5
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Time sequence of flow visualization images in the spanwise-normal light plane at dimple row 10 for ReH=1250 and H/D=0.5: (a) t=0.0 s, t* =0.0, (b) t=0.033 s, t* =1.12, (c) t=0.067 s, t* =2,27, (d) t=0.100 s, t* =3.39, (d) t=0.133 s, t* =4.50, (f) t=0.167 s, t* =5.66
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Surveys of time-averaged quantities in a spanwise-normal plane at X/D=11.88, which is located 53.2 mm downstream of the last row of dimples on the test surface for ReH=9000:(a) total pressure (Pa−P̄0), adjacent contour lines are 2.0 Pa apart; (b) streamwise velocity , adjacent contour lines are 0.25 m/s apart; (c) schematic diagram of qualitative variations of large-scale, time-averaged secondary flow vectors
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Local Nu/Nu0 distributions measured at ReH=61,500 and Toi/Tw=0.92. Contour plot scale is given with Fig. 3.
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Local Nu/Nu0 distributions measured at ReH=13,300 and Toi/Tw=0.83. Contour plot scale is given with Fig. 3.
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Local Nu/Nu0 distributions measured at ReH=12,800 and Toi/Tw=0.68. Contour plot scale is given with Fig. 3.
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Local Nu/Nu0 as dependent upon X/D, measured at different ReH and Toi/Tw at the eleventh row of dimples along a line of constant Z/D of 0.89
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Local Nu/Nu0 as dependent upon Z/D, measured at different ReH and Toi/Tw at the eleventh row of dimples along a line of constant X/D of 8.46. Symbols defined in Fig. 10.
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Spanwise-averaged Nu/Nu0 as dependent upon X/D, measured at different ReH and Toi/Tw at the eleventh and twelfth rows of dimples. Symbols defined in Fig. 10.
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Streamwise-averaged Nu/Nu0 as dependent upon Z/D, measured at different ReH and Toi/Tw at the eleventh and twelfth rows of dimples. Symbols defined in Fig. 10.
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Globally averaged Nu/Nu0 as dependent upon temperature ratio Toi/Tw, measured at different ReH at the eleventh and twelfth rows of dimples

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