An influence of the thickness of the laminar sub-layer and mixing length profile on skin friction and heat transfer in the incompressible boundary layer is studied. Solution of the momentum and energy equations for different algebraic expressions for the mixing length is presented. Relationships between the specific forms of Reynolds analogy and boundary conditions (temperature or heat flux) as well as the limitations of Reynolds analogy are discussed.
An Influence of the Thickness of a Laminar Sublayer and Mixing Length Model on the Skin Friction and Heat Transfer in the Boundary Layer Flow
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Polkowski, JW. "An Influence of the Thickness of a Laminar Sublayer and Mixing Length Model on the Skin Friction and Heat Transfer in the Boundary Layer Flow." Proceedings of the ASME 1987 International Gas Turbine Conference and Exhibition. Volume 1: Turbomachinery. Anaheim, California, USA. May 31–June 4, 1987. V001T01A019. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/87-GT-68
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