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Title: Heat transfer distribution of premixed methane-air laminar flame jets impinging on ribbed surfaces
Authors: Kadam, A.R.
Parida, R.K.
Hindasageri, V.
Kumar, G.N.
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Applied Thermal Engineering, 2019, Vol.163, , pp.-
Abstract: Heat transfer distribution of premixed methane-air laminar flame jet impinging on ribbed surfaces is presented in this work. Experiments are carried out on ribbed plates with three different geometrical shaped rib elements i.e. circular, rectangular and triangular. In addition, numerical simulations are performed to study flow field distribution near the ribs. During the experiments, Reynolds number is varied from 600 to 1800 and burner tip to target plate distance is varied from 2 to 4. An analytical inverse solution to three dimensional transient heat conduction presented in our previous work is used to obtain heat transfer parameters. Heat transfer coefficients are found lower whereas reference temperatures are observed higher on ribbed surfaces as compared with smooth surface. Obstruction to the flow, flow separation and decrease in momentum are the reasons attributed for lower heat transfer rate for ribbed surfaces. 2019 Elsevier Ltd
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