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Old   October 25, 2001, 04:22
Default can anybody explain the THERMAL BOUNDARY LAYER?
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hi friends,

may be its a very basic question, but its a lot helpful to get the very basic knowledge,

so please, if any body can explain the concept of THERMAL BOUNDARY LAYER, it will be of great help.

thank you,

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Old   October 25, 2001, 17:48
Default Re: can anybody explain the THERMAL BOUNDARY LAYER
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If you have a hot fluid flowing over a cold plate (say the plate is keep at a constant temperature) then there will be a transition region where the temperature varies from temp_plate to temp_fluid this region is the thermal boundary layer.
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