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, Volume 124, Issue 4, pp 238–243 | Cite as

Heat-Exchange in One-Phase Liquid-Metal Flows: Databank (Temperature Distribution in Circular Pipes)

  • P. L. Kirillov
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In order to develop accurate methods of calculating heat-exchange in forced channel flows, it is necessary to have knowledge about the temperature distribution over the cross section in differ layers of the flow. For ordinary liquids (gas, water, where the Prandtl number Pr ~ 1), such measurements are difficult to perform because of the small thickness of the boundary layer. The problem simplifies for liquid metals, where Pr << 1. This article contains the format of the data as well as an analysis of the primary data from 37 home and foreign works (mercury, sodium-potassium alloy, sodium, lithium, lead-bismuth alloy). The data are presented in electronic form.

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  • P. L. Kirillov
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  1. 1.State Science Center of the Russian Federation – Leipunskii Institute for Physics and Power Engineering (IPPE)ObninskRussia

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