The heat and mass transfer from a fluid sphere at large reynolds and peclet number
Analytic expressions have been derived for the steady rate of heat or mass transfer from a fluid sphere in uniform motion at large Reynolds and Peclet number. The solution is applicable to cases where both phase resistances are of the same order of magnitude, or when the resistance of one phase is negligible. The analysis has shown that if finite values of fluid viscosity and density are considered the transfer rates are considerably less than those obtained from the ideal fluid model. The maximum flux for a fluid sphere occurs near the equatorial plane and in this respect its behavior differs significantly from a solid sphere. Copyright © 1968 Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering
The heat and mass transfer from a fluid sphere at large reynolds and peclet number.
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering,
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