Reynolds analogy


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Reynolds analogy

[′ren·əlz ə‚nal·ə·jē]
(chemical engineering)
Relationship showing the similarity between the transfer of mass, heat, and momentum.
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This is very similar to the Reynolds analogy for a flat plate and fully developed pipe flow, which is given as
and the extended Reynolds analogy, as given by Shah and Seculic (2003), given as
A similar (Reynolds analogy) to momentum transport equation can be applied for the turbulent transport of energy, which in simplified form can be written as,