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The Review of Studies on Heat Transfer in Impinging Jet |

Hong, Sung-Kook
(Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yonsei University)
Cho, Hyung-Hee (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yonsei University) |

Publication Information

International Journal of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
/ v.13, no.4,
2005
, pp.
196-205
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Abstract

In this paper, recent research trend on heat transfer in impinging jet is reviewed. We focused on submerged jet that air issued into air or liquid issued into liquid. To control and enhance the heat transfer in single jet, researchers have performed a lot of experiments by considering the nozzle geometry, impinging surface and active method such as jet vibration, secondary injection and suction flow. The studies on multiple jet have been mainly focused on finding out the optimum condition and on investigating many different factors concerned with application condition (crossflow, rotation and geometry etc.) and combined techniques (rib turbulator, pin fin, dimple and effusion hole etc.). All most experiments showed the detailed heat transfer data by using liquid crystal method, infrared camera technique and naphthalene sublimation method. Many numerical calculations have been performed to investigate the flow and heat transfer characteristics in laminar jet region. Various turbulence models such as , modified were applied to the calculation for turbulent jet and the predicted results showed a good agreement with the experimental data. Although a lot of studies on impinging jet have performed consistently up to recently, further studies are still required to understand the flow and heat transfer characteristics more accurately, and to give a guideline for optimum impinging jet design in various applications.

Keywords

Impinging jet; Multiple jet; Submerged jet; Heat transfer;

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