Volume 9, Issue 2
LES of Normally Impinging Elliptic Air-Jet Heat Transfer at Re=4400

Yongping Li, Qizhao Lin & Zuojin Zhu

Adv. Appl. Math. Mech., 9 (2017), pp. 485-500.

Published online: 2018-05

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Jet impingement induced heat transfer is an important issue in engineering science. This paper presents results of large eddy simulation (LES) of normally impinging elliptic air-jet heat transfer at a Reynolds number of 4400, with orifice-to-plate distance fixed to be 5 in the unit of jet nozzle effective diameter D (= √ ab). The elliptic aspect ratio (a/b) is 3/2. While the target wall is heated under some condition of constant heat flux. The LES are carried out using dynamic subgrid model and OpenFOAM. The distributions of mean velocity components, velocity fluctuations, and subgrid stresses in vertical and radial directions, and the Nusselt numbers involving heat transfer through the target wall are discussed. The comparison with existing experimental and numerical results shows good agreement.

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Large eddy simulation, impinging air-jet, orifice-to-plate distance, subgrid heat flux, elliptic aspect ratio.

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65C, 76F, 80A

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Jet impingement induced heat transfer is an important issue in engineering science. This paper presents results of large eddy simulation (LES) of normally impinging elliptic air-jet heat transfer at a Reynolds number of 4400, with orifice-to-plate distance fixed to be 5 in the unit of jet nozzle effective diameter D (= √ ab). The elliptic aspect ratio (a/b) is 3/2. While the target wall is heated under some condition of constant heat flux. The LES are carried out using dynamic subgrid model and OpenFOAM. The distributions of mean velocity components, velocity fluctuations, and subgrid stresses in vertical and radial directions, and the Nusselt numbers involving heat transfer through the target wall are discussed. The comparison with existing experimental and numerical results shows good agreement.

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