Flow and Heat Transfer Over a Flat Plate with Uniformly Distributed, Vectored Surface Mass Transfer
A study was undertaken to provide flow and heat transfer results corresponding to vectored surface mass transfer where both the streamwise and normal velocity components are uniform along the surface. The problem considered is that of a flat plate aligned parallel to a uniform free stream; the governing equations for the mass, momentum, and energy conservation are the steady, two-dimensional, laminar boundary layer equations for a constant-property fluid. Numerical results are obtained for wall shear and surface heat transfer for a wide range of values of the tangential surface velocity covering both downstream and upstream vectoring.
T. S. Chen and E. M. Sparrow, "Flow and Heat Transfer Over a Flat Plate with Uniformly Distributed, Vectored Surface Mass Transfer," Journal of Heat Transfer, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Jan 1976.
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