Evolution of the water film and run-back ice on the surface of a body in plane airflow
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A physical-mathematical model of cooling and solidification of a liquid film entrained by air along the heated surface of a streamlined body with given distribution of the heat flux density over the surface is developed. An example of model numerical testing with a set of governing parameters characteristic of experiments at an air cooling rig is presented.
Key wordsicing run-back ice liquid film
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