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Title: A computational study of heat transfer due to the inlet oscillating conditions in A 2-D jet impinging on an isothermal surface at a fixed reynolds number
Authors: Issa, Johnny
Saliba, Najib G. 
Sidnawi, Bchara
Affiliations: Department of Mechanical Engineering 
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Keywords: Oscillating jet
Subjects: Heat transfer
Issue Date: 2016
Part of: International journal of engineering and science (IJES)
Volume: 5
Issue: 9
Start page: 42
End page: 52
Heat transferis numerically investigated in aconfined oscillating laminar slot jet. The inlet velocity profile is uniform, and oscillating with an angle {CF}{86} (in radians) as follows:{cedil}{9D}{9C}{91} = {cedil}{9D}{9C}{91}{cedil}{9D}{91}{9A}{cedil}{9D}{91}{nonjoin}{cedil}{9D}{91}{AElig} {acute}{88}{97} {cedil}{9D}{91}{A0}{cedil}{9D}{91}{96}{cedil}{9D}{91}{9B}{acute}{81}{Lstrok}(2{cedil}{9D}{9C}{8B}{cedil}{9D}{91}{93}{cedil}{9D}{91}{Lstrok}).{CF}{86}max is the maximum jet angle, and f is the frequency of oscillation. The height-to-jet-width ratio was set to 5, the fluids Prandtl number is 0.74 and Reynolds number was fixed at 250.Strouhals numberSt, which is the other dimensionless group characterizing this problem, was varied in the range 0.05
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Type: Journal Article
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