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Title: Impinging jet flows for micro-cooling
Authors: NE MOE
Keywords: Impinging jet; heat transfer; multiple jets; confined impingement; micro cooling; Reynolds number
Issue Date: 2-Apr-2004
Citation: NE MOE (2004-04-02). Impinging jet flows for micro-cooling. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: An experimental study on the heat transfer characteristics of confined circular multiple air jets normally impinging on a flat heated surface is reported. The parametric effects of the jet exit Reynolds numbers, jet-to-target spacing and jet-to-jet spacing on the local and average heat transfer coefficient on five jets in equilaterally staggered arrays are studied. An arrangement with a square array of nine jets results in a 5 percent higher stagnation heat transfer coefficient and 10.4 percent higher average heat transfer coefficient than those for the staggered array of five jets with the same parameters.
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