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Theory of Periodic Conjugate Heat Transfer [electronic resource] / by Yuri B. Zudin. - XX, 228 p. online resource. - Mathematical Engineering ; 5 .

Introduction -- Construction of a general solution of the problem -- Solution of characteristic problems -- Universal algorithm of computation of the factor of conjugation -- Solution of special problems -- Step and non-periodic oscillations of the heat transfer intensity -- Practical applications of the theory -- Wallâ€™s thermal effect on hydrodynamic flow stability -- Periodical model of turbulence heat transfer.

This book presents the theory of periodic conjugate heat transfer in a detailed way. The effects of thermophysical properties and geometry of a solid body on the commonly used and experimentally determined heat transfer coefficient are analytically presented from a general point of view. The main objective of the book is a simplified description of the interaction between a solid body and a fluid as a boundary value problem of the heat conduction equation for the solid body. At the body surface, the true heat transfer coefficient is composed of two parts: the true mean value resulting from the solution of the steady state heat transfer problem and a periodically variable part, the periodic time and length to describe the oscillatory hydrodynamic effects. The second edition is extended by (i) the analysis of stability boundaries in helium flow at supercritical conditions in a heated channel with respect to the interaction between a solid body and a fluid; (ii) a periodic model and a method of heat transfer simulation in a fluid at supercritical pressure and (iii) a periodic quantum-mechanical model for homogeneous vapor nucleation in a fluid with respect to nanoscale effects.

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