Calculation of the Heat Exchange near the Critical Point of a Rotating Body whose Surface has Variable Temperature,
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The problem of calculating the heat exchange between a body and a moving fluid is of particular interest to practical applications of hydroaerodynamics. In order to solve this problem, various assumptions are made there is a plane boundary layer the surface temperature of the body is constant or variable dissipation of the kinetic energy occur through friction, etc. These physical assumptions simplify the mathematical methods of solving the problem, and permit self-modeled solutions.
- Fluid Mechanics