Cover: A Simplified Analysis of Skin Friction and Heat Transfer in Binary Boundary-Layer Flow.

A Simplified Analysis of Skin Friction and Heat Transfer in Binary Boundary-Layer Flow.

Published 1963

by Ting-Yi Li

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Presentation of a simplified analysis of binary boundary-layer flow on a flat plate. Analytical formulas of skin friction and heat transfer are derived. The effects of various parameters such as Prandtl number, Lewis number, and molecular-weight ratio on skin friction and heat transfer in binary boundary layers are exhibited explicitly in these analytical formulas. The results agree well with more exact numerical calculations

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