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student October 12, 2008 04:52

jet impingement
 
hye...im doing a project which involved jet impingement on a flat surface and im using gambit fluent..could someone tell me where i can find sources of previous researches about this subject and what result should i get?

thanks a lot.. syukreen

Prasad October 14, 2008 06:32

Re: jet impingement
 
Is it a liquid jet or a gaseous (air) jet?

student October 15, 2008 02:29

Re: jet impingement
 
Mr Prasad,

Thanks for the reply..btw, its air jet..to be use as a cooling method..

Prasad Dudhgaonkar October 15, 2008 05:34

Re: jet impingement
 
Hello Syukreen, You'll have to search the publications in journals and conference proceedings. You can study estimation of Nusselt No., heat transfer from the surface (cooling rate) at various air flow rates, air entrainment, momentum transfer to the plate etc. from this exercise. I hope this will help you for the time being. Best luck Prasad

Mohsen Javanshir October 20, 2008 02:54

Re: jet impingement
 
Hello Syukreen

I am working on same project that you are. and I have problem with modeling an axisymetric jet flow by Fluent.I will be thank you if you help me. also I have good papers about radial jet flow that I can send them for you.

best regards, Mohsen Javanshir

Friend October 31, 2008 11:14

Re: jet impingement
 
Hi,

All you need is a sufficient densy mesh near the wall where the impengment took place. That is in order to capture the flow details near the wall.

student November 2, 2008 00:10

Re: jet impingement
 
Hello Mohsen,

Will you provide me your email address so that we can discuss this matter more details?because there are also several thing that i need to ask you regarding this matter.

Thanks and regards,

Syukreen


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