Heat exchange in forced convection in a pipe filled with granular bed: Influence of the longitudinal thermal conductivity
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Results of modeling of the process of heat transfer from a circular pipe filled with granular bed with allowance for the longitudinal thermal conductivity with boundary conditions of the first and second kind have been presented. The dependences for calculation of the thermal-stabilization portion and the active heat-exchange length that reflect the influence of the hydrodynamic regime of flow of the heat-transfer agent have been obtained.
KeywordsHeat Exchange Hydrodynamic Regime Circular Pipe Wall Zone Longitudinal Thermal Conductivity
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