convection coefficient

convection coefficient

[kən′vek·shən ‚kō·i′fish·ənt]
(thermodynamics)
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The natural convection coefficient for the smaller plate might also slightly differ from the 4.
The U-values in Table 3 show the impact of the internal convection coefficient on total conductive heat transfer, which can be used for a steady-state load calculation in winter time.
Since the convection coefficient is positive, the characteristics of the reduced problem point toward the interface point and an interior layer appears on the right part of the boundary of [[OMEGA].
The authors found good correlation with the solar transmission model for blinds, but noted that the outdoor side convection coefficient is likely a mild, but still important factor that affects the solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) of window assemblies, and could not be captured in their indoor experiments.
5 Interface heat transfer coefficient 45[degrees]C Convection coefficient 0.
A temperature difference was applied across the walls via a convection boundary condition, with convection coefficient, h = 8.
The airside convection coefficient is calculated using the correlations developed by Elmahdy and Biggs (1979).
In this model, energy is exchanged via convection with the ambient air with a presumed convection coefficient, and energy is exchanged by radiation with both a hot object of concern and the collection of other surfaces that are at a temperature different than the ambient air in most cases.
Effect of Convection Coefficient on the Sheet Reheat Phase