A study is made of the hydraulic resistance and the average and local heat-treatment coefficients in channels packed with spheres, as well as the hydrodynamics of the flow over a spherical element.
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Burdanov, N.G., Kostikov, L.E., Lozovetskii, V.V. et al. Average and local characteristics of the hydrodynamics and heat exchange in channels containing spherical elements. Journal of Engineering Physics 35, 885–890 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00860202
- Statistical Physic
- Heat Exchange
- Local Characteristic
- Hydraulic Resistance
- Spherical Element