Conjugated heat transfer from a hot-film probe for transient air flow.

Kevin D Cole, J. V. Beck

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A numerical heat transfer model of a flush mounted hot film probe is presented for transient air flow. The model geometry involves simultaneous heat flow in both the air and the adjacent slab wall. Two cases are considered, steady laminar flow and laminar flow with a low frequency oscillating component. In the steady flow case, the numerical results compare favourably with steady calibration data from the literature. In the unsteady flow case, transfer function results are consistent with literature experimental data. In both cases, agreement with the literature data is obtained by calibrating the numerical model at zero flow.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Journal[No source information available]
StatePublished - Jan 1 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Laminar flow
Heat transfer
Steady flow
Unsteady flow
Air
Transfer functions
Numerical models
Calibration
Geometry

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  • Mechanical Engineering

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