Application of Conjugate Heat Transfer Models in External and Internal Flows


In the next two chapters, the applications of conjugate heat transfer problems are considered. First in Chapter 3, generally, without concrete usage, the flows past plates, around the bodies (external flows), and inside the channels and tubes (internal flows) are analyzed. Then in Chapter 4, the specific applications of conjugate heat transfer problems in industrial and technology areas are discussed. Analysis of examples include problem formulation and models as a basis of equations, short description of solution, and the most important results. An interested reader may get more detailed information using cited original papers. Besides analyzing examples, other related publications are shortly reviewed to give the reader extended knowledge of specific literature.

3.1External Flows
3.2Internal Flows-Conjugate Heat Transfer in Pipes and Channels Flows

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