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The Phenomenology of Unsteady Impinging Jets: Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

By Daniel Bartels • June 22nd, 2015
The Phenomenology of Unsteady Impinging Jets: Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

The impingement of a fluid jet on a surface is a canonical problem in fluid mechanics combining the fundamentals of free-jet development, stagnation-point flow and boundary-layer growth. It is also of immense practical importance for its engineering application in heating or cooling a target surface. Through a combination of pioneering numerical and experimental studies, thismore…