HEAT TRANSFER IN CYLINDRICAL PIPES WITH TURBULENT FLOW AND ARBITRARY WALL FLUX AND TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS
AEROSPACE RESEARCH LABS WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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The problem considered is that of finding the heat losses from a turbulent gas flowing through a pipe due to free and forced convection, conduction through the solid insulation and external wall radiation. Furthermore, along the inner wall, neither the heat flux nor the temperature variation is known in advance, but are determined by the losses from the outer wall.