Curvature effects on heat transfer in the free jet boundary
Abstract
The Coanda effect, which is known to exist in flows associated with velocity discontinuities around airfoils, may include the effects of high temperature and thermal radiation. A physical interpretation of the steady, twodimensional incompressible flowfield for such cases, and the boundary conditions which apply, are presented. It is found that the radiative boundary layer displays a sensitivity to curvature that grows more pronounced as Reynolds number value increases. Attention is given to flow behavior for the cases of the predominance of conduction and of radiation.
 Publication:

AIAA Journal
 Pub Date:
 October 1982
 DOI:
 10.2514/3.7988
 Bibcode:
 1982AIAAJ..20.1469D
 Keywords:

 Aerothermodynamics;
 Coanda Effect;
 Free Jets;
 Jet Boundaries;
 Radiative Heat Transfer;
 Thermal Boundary Layer;
 Airfoil Profiles;
 Airfoils;
 Boundary Conditions;
 Flow Velocity;
 Incompressible Flow;
 Laminar Boundary Layer;
 Steady Flow;
 Surface Geometry;
 Temperature Effects;
 Turbulent Boundary Layer;
 Two Dimensional Flow;
 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer