Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, ( ISI ), Volume (145), No (1), Year (2020-4) , Pages (211-224)

Title : ( Non-axisymmetric three-dimensional stagnation-point flow and heat transfer under a jet impingement boiling )

Authors: Mohammadreza Mohaghegh , Asgar Bradaran Rahimi , Shohel Mahmud ,

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The non-axisymmetric three-dimensional flow and heat transfer in the stagnation-point region of a planar jet impingement boiling on a flat surface has been investigated by using similarity solution approach, considering additional diffusivity terms in momentum and energy equations as a result of bubble-induced mixing in flow. The free jet stream along z-direction impinges on the surface and produces a flow with different velocity components. This situation may happen if the flow pattern on the plate is bounded from both sides in one of the directions, because of any physical limitation or due to conditions of the surface such as moving plates or stretching sheets with different values of stretching velocities in the x- and y-directions. The governing equations have been transformed into ordinary differential equations by introducing appropriate similarity variables and an exact solution has been obtained for three-dimensional boiling problem for the first time. The similarity variables have been presented based on Non-axisymmetric three-dimensional and additional diffusivity effects. The bubble-induced diffusion due to bubble formation, growth, departure, and collapse, cause an enhancement in heat transfer rate from the surface to the bulk flow. The total heat flux transferred from the surface to the flow has been estimated as summation of the single-phase heat transfer due to forced convection and the nucleate boiling heat flux due to bubble-induced diffusion. The effects of the velocity components ratio, and the ratio between the maximum total diffusivity to the molecular diffusivity, on the flow field and heat transfer characteristics have been obtained and discussed and illustrated graphically. A comparison of the predicted heat flux has been made with previously published experimental data. As expected, the average deviation values show relatively more accurate results for the three-dimensional simulation than the two-dimensional one because of being closer to the experimental conditions.


, Non-axisymmetric three-Dimensional stagnation-point flow, Jet impingement boiling, Nucleate boiling heat transfer, Similarity solution, Bubble-induced mixing.
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author = {Mohaghegh, Mohammadreza and Bradaran Rahimi, Asgar and شوهل محمود},
title = {Non-axisymmetric three-dimensional stagnation-point flow and heat transfer under a jet impingement boiling},
journal = {Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry},
year = {2020},
volume = {145},
number = {1},
month = {April},
issn = {1388-6150},
pages = {211--224},
numpages = {13},
keywords = {Non-axisymmetric three-Dimensional stagnation-point flow; Jet impingement boiling; Nucleate boiling heat transfer; Similarity solution; Bubble-induced mixing.},


%0 Journal Article
%T Non-axisymmetric three-dimensional stagnation-point flow and heat transfer under a jet impingement boiling
%A Mohaghegh, Mohammadreza
%A Bradaran Rahimi, Asgar
%A شوهل محمود
%J Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
%@ 1388-6150
%D 2020