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Friction factor and wall heat transfer for laminar and turbulent flow in a cylindrical duct with a wall-stabilized arc

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1 Author(s)
Levitan, Y.S. ; Moscow Aviation Inst., Russia

Friction factor and wall heat-transfer data for axially symmetric flow in a wall-stabilized arc analysis are given. Heat transfer results revealed three significant modes: laminar flow with an unstable arc, laminar flow with a wall-stabilized arc, and turbulent flow with a wall-stabilized arc. It was shown that the critical Reynolds number increases, in comparison with the case of the flow without Joule heating. A friction factor from Reynolds-number dependence peculiarities was not discovered for laminar to turbulent flow transition

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 1 )