SOME MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER.

Richard J Goldstein

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Abstract

Measurement techniques recently used to study heat transfer in free and forced convection systems are described. The techniques include application of mass transfer analogues and optical measurements, primarily interferometry. In the mass transfer systems, jets of foreign gas are used to simulate heat transfer during jet mixing, while sublimation of a surface gives a mass transfer analogue in which local transport coefficients can be measured quite accurately. Experiments with electrochemical systems using the transport of ions in aqueous solutions have significant advantages over more standard heat transfer experiments, including better control of boundary conditions.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
EventInt Heat Transfer Conf, 6th - Toronto, Ont, Can
Duration: Aug 7 1978Aug 11 1978

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OtherInt Heat Transfer Conf, 6th
CityToronto, Ont, Can
Period8/7/788/11/78

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Mass transfer
Heat transfer
Sublimation
Forced convection
Natural convection
Interferometry
Experiments
Boundary conditions
Ions
Gases

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Goldstein, R. J. (2017). SOME MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER.. Paper presented at Int Heat Transfer Conf, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .

SOME MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER. / Goldstein, Richard J.

2017. Paper presented at Int Heat Transfer Conf, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .

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Goldstein, RJ 2017, 'SOME MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER.' Paper presented at Int Heat Transfer Conf, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, 8/7/78 - 8/11/78, .
Goldstein RJ. SOME MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER.. 2017. Paper presented at Int Heat Transfer Conf, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .
Goldstein, Richard J. / SOME MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER. Paper presented at Int Heat Transfer Conf, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .
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