Accession Number : AD0746011

Title :   Study of Heat Transfer of Longitudinally Swept Surfaces by the Unstable Thermal Regine Method, (Osobennosti Issledobaniya Teploobmena Prodol no Omybaemykh Poberkhnostei Metodom Nestatsionarnogo Tezlma),

Corporate Author : ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA

Personal Author(s) : Legkii,V. M. ; Koval,Yu. D.

Report Date : 25 APR 1972

Pagination or Media Count : 14

Abstract : The study proposes a method for the direct experimental estimation of the rate of thermal flow. Consider a body consisting of a moderately size core - the calorimeter and its removable housing with good heat insulating properties tightly fitting on all sides. On opening the housing, with a blow, one brings the calorimeter out of the state of thermal equilibrium, and then again replace its housing. The subsequent process can be regarded as the cooling of the calorimeter in a medium with constant temperature and constant heat transfer coefficient, proportional to the thermal inertia at the core-insulation interface. Numerous and steadily repeated experiments confirmed this point of view. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*HEAT TRANSFER, SURFACES), (*CALORIMETRY, TEST METHODS), HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS, THERMOCOUPLES, USSR

Subject Categories : Thermodynamics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE