Review of fluid flow and convective heat transfer within rotating disk cavities with impinging jet
Fluid flow and convective heat transfer in rotor-stator configurations, which are of great importance in different engineering applications, are treated in details in this review. The review focuses on convective heat transfer in predominantly outward air flow in the rotor-stator geometries with and without impinging jets and incorporates two main parts, namely, experimental / theoretical methodologies and geometries/results. Experimental methodologies include naphthalene sublimation techniques, steadystate (thin layer) and transient (thermochromic liquid crystals) thermal measurements, thermocouples and infra-red cameras, hot-wire anemometry, laser Doppler and particle image velocimetry, laser plane and smoke generator. Theoretical approaches incorporate modern CFD computational tools (DNS, LES, RANS etc). Geometries and results part being mentioned starting from simple to complex elucidates cases of a free rotating disk, a single disk in the crossflow, single jets impinging onto stationary and rotating disk, rotor-stator systems without and with impinging single jets, as well as multiple jets. Conclusions to the review outline perspectives of the further extension of the investigations of different kinds of the rotor-stator systems and their applications in engineering practice.
Souad Harmand, Julien Pellé, Sébastien Poncet, Igor Shevchuk. Review of fluid flow and convective heat transfer within rotating disk cavities with impinging jet. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Elsevier, 2013, 67, pp.1-30. ⟨10.1016/j.ijthermalsci.2012.11.009⟩. ⟨hal-00975626⟩
Journal: International Journal of Thermal Sciences
Date de publication: 18-01-2013