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On the free convection from a horizontal plate

The University Department of Mathematics Durham England
(Impact Factor: 1.11). 01/1958; 9(3):276-282. DOI: 10.1007/BF02033031

ABSTRACT

Die freie Konvektion an einer beheizten horizontalen Platte wird nach den blichen Methoden der Grenzschichttheorie untersucht. Weist die wrmebertragende Plattenseite nach oben, so ist das Problem auf dieser Basis unlsbar, wohl aber findet man eine widerspruchsfreie Lsung, wenn diese Plattenseite nach unten weist. In diesem ist die Nusselt Zahl, die den Wrmebergang kennzeichnet, proportional der 1/5-ten Potenz der Rayleigh Zahl, welche die Beheizung charakterisiert. Die bereinstimmung mit dem Experiment ist befriedigend.

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• "Mikheyev found that in same conditions, heat transfer rate from a vertical plate was 70% less than that of horizontal plate. Stewartson[7] did first theoretical study on natural convective heat transfer from horizontal surface who showed existence of similarity solutions for a semi-infinite isothermal plate where air is used as working medium.However,there was mistake in this paper regarding the condition for the existence of boundary layer flow on semiinfinite isothermal flat surface. Gill[8]corrected the mistake of the above paper and proved that the flow for which solutions of boundary-layer could be obtained was that generated by a cooled plate facing downwards or a heated plate facing upwards. "
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• "Mikheyev found that in same conditions, heat transfer rate from a vertical plate was 70% less than that of horizontal plate. Stewartson[7] did first theoretical study on natural convective heat transfer from horizontal surface who showed existence of similarity solutions for a semi-infinite isothermal plate where air is used as working medium.However,there was mistake in this paper regarding the condition for the existence of boundary layer flow on semiinfinite isothermal flat surface. Gill[8]corrected the mistake of the above paper and proved that the flow for which solutions of boundary-layer could be obtained was that generated by a cooled plate facing downwards or a heated plate facing upwards. "
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