The effect of the boundary layer at the leading edge on heat transfer near a vertical semiinfinite heated plate is determined by means of matched asymptotic expansions. The criterial relation for air is in good agreement with existing experimental data.
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Berezovskii, A.A., Martynenko, O.G. & Sokovishin, Y.A. Free convective heat transfer at a vertical semiinfinite plate. Journal of Engineering Physics 33, 760–766 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861410
- Experimental Data
- Heat Transfer
- Boundary Layer
- Statistical Physic
- Asymptotic Expansion