convection coefficient

convection coefficient

[kən′vek·shən ‚kō·i′fish·ənt]
(thermodynamics)
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In order to analyse the effect of convection on the specimen temperature, several values of heat convection coefficient are studied.
m Relative Permeability 1 (Dimensionless) Movement velocity 1 m/min Thermal Ambient temperature 25 C[degrees] conditions Convection coefficient 100 W/([m.
The FEA model of the yoke was then correlated to the fire test results by adjusting the convection coefficient bulk temperature.
A temperature difference was applied across the walls via a convection boundary condition, with convection coefficient, h = 8.
3 simulation program, a heat transfer study was made to determine the natural convection coefficient and to check the compatibility of the simulation model and the real-life measurements.
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
Assuming the upper surface of the carpet has the same convection coefficient and emittance as before, but now these are in series with the carpet's thermal resistance, results in a combined surface transfer coefficient of 3 W/[m.
For solving the thermal diffusion problem are taken into account the surface thermal convection coefficient values, heat capacity and thermal conductivity, the boundary conditions being influenced by the state of evaporation, through the latent heat of evaporation.