Author(s): M. Delic, P. Skerget & I. Zagar
Thermo-hydraulic flow situations in short narrow channels are studied.
merically obtained results are compared with experimental ones.
number correlations are developed for velocity and temperature non-developed
Results for heat transfer coefficients are used as boundary condi-
tions for temperature distribution computations in an oil-air cooling engine
Owing to the vicinity of the exhaust channel, shape of the engine cylinder
cooling surfaces, there is a pronounced asymmetric circumferential tem-
perature distribution in the cylinder wall.
This temperature ovalty can be
minimized by controled intensity of the local cooling.
A curved square cross
section channel supplied with lubrication engine oil was introd...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/HT940161
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