Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics

, Volume 77, Issue 6, pp 1224–1229 | Cite as

Determination of the site of generation of additional turbulence in the wall part of a flow for variable thermophysical properties of the fluid

  • R. F. Kelbaliev
Hydrodynamics and Heat Exchange in Turbulent Flows


A theoretical method of finding the thickness of the wall layer when an artificial turbulizer is installed in the flow is proposed. The site of location of the turbulizer is determined for maximum intensification of heat exchange in the case of constant and variable thermophysical properties of the fluid. It is established that incorrect selection of the site improves the heat transfer only slightly due to the growth in hydraulic resistance.


Heat Transfer Statistical Physic Heat Exchange Transport Phenomenon Thermophysical Property 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. F. Kelbaliev
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  1. 1.Azerbaijan State Petroleum AcademyBakuAzerbaijan

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