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HEAT TRANSFER FROM NOVEL TARGET SURFACE STRUCTURES TO A NORMALLY-IMPINGING, SUBMERGED AND CONFINED WATER JET

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Contemporary electronic systems generate high component-level heat fluxes. Impingement cooling is an effective way to induce high heat transfer coefficients in order to meet thermal constraints. The objective of this paper was to experimentally investigate the heat transfer from five novel target surface structures to a normally-impinging, submerged and confined water jet. The five target structures were: a 90° vane; a 4x4 pin fin array; and three geometries which turn the flow away from, and...

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Publisher copy:
10.1115/HT2009-88279

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
Journal:
HT2009: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME SUMMER HEAT TRANSFER CONFERENCE 2009, VOL 1
Volume:
1
Pages:
865-875
Publication date:
2009
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uuid:4d027fff-1926-442b-907a-8d94b3926973
Source identifiers:
369476
Local pid:
pubs:369476
Language:
English

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