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Influence of Injection Type and Feed Arrangement on Flow and Heat Transfer in an Injection Slot

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Hyung Hee Cho

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul 120-749, Koreae-mail: hhcho@yonsei.ac.kr

Jin Ki Ham

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., LTD., Ulsan 682-792, Korea

J. Turbomach 124(1), 132-141 (Feb 01, 2001) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1424890 History: Received February 01, 2001
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Slot configuration and coordinate system
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Schematics of injection types—(a) parallel injection (PI); (b) vertical injection (VI); (c) combined injection (CI)
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Schematic view of different flow feeding directions—(a) parallel-feeding direction; (b) counter-feeding direction
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Schematic diagram of test plate for mass transfer experiments
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Velocity and Sh distributions of 2-dimensional continuous slot for M=1.0 — (a) vertical velocity distributions at X/Zc-0.25; (b) local Sh along the slot lip
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Velocity distributions of normal-feeding direction for M=1.0 at X/Zc=0.25: (a), (b), (c) lateral; (d), (e), (f) vertical distributions
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Velocity distributions of inline-feeding direction for M=1.0 at X/Zc=0.25: (a), (b), (c) lateral; (d), (e), (f) vertical distributions
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Velocity distributions of counter-feeding direction for M=1.0 at X/Zc=0.25: (a), (b), (c) lateral; (d), (e), (f) vertical distributions
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Dimensionless temperature distributions for normal-feeding direction at M=1.0 and X/Zc=0.25
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Contour plots of Sh for various injection types with normal-feeding direction
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Contour plots of Sh for various injection types at M=1.0
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Lateral distributions of Sh for various injection types with inline-feeding direction at M=1.0
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Comparison of averaged Sh for flow feeding directions at M=1.0
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Velocity vectors for inline-feeding direction (not in scale)—(a) side view of parallel injection at Y/Zc=0.5; (b) front view of parallel injection at X*/Zc=2.0; (c) side view of vertical injection at Y/Zc=0.5; (d) front view of vertical injection at X*/Zc=2.0
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Velocity vectors for the combined injection with inline-feeding direction (not in scale) — (a) side view at Y/Zc=0.5; (b) side view at Y/Zc=0.5; (c) top view at Z/Zc=0.5; (d) front view at X*/Zc=2.0

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