Pop, I and Kumari, M and Nath, G (1991) Mixed Convection Induced in a Gas Flowing Past a Hot Horizontal Flat Plate. In: Numerical Heat Transfer Part A, 20 (4). 473 -485.Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
A boundary layer analysis of mixed convective motion over a hot horizontal flat plate is performed under the conditions of steady flow and low speed. Use of the Howarth-Dorodnytsyn transformation makes it possible to dispense with the usual Boussinesq approximation, and variable gas properties are accounted for via the assumption that dynamic viscosity and thermal conductivity are proportional to the absolute temperature. The formulation presented enables the entire mixed convection regime to be described by a single set of equations. Finite difference solutions when the Prandtl number is 0.72 are obtained over the entire range of the mixed convection parameter ξ from 0 (free convection) to 1 (forced convection) and heating parameter ▵ values from 2 to 12. The effects of both ξ and ▵on the velocity profiles, the temperature profiles, and the variation of skin friction and heat transfer functions are clearly illustrated in tables and graphs.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Physical & Mathematical Sciences > Mathematics|
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