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HEAT TRANSFER BY CONVECTIONHEAT TRANSFER BY CONVECTIONCONVECTIVE HEAT-TRANSFER COEFFICIENTConvection is the transfer of energy by conduction and radiation in moving, fluid media. The motion of the fluid is an essential part of convective heat transfer. A key step in calculating the rate of heat transfer by convection is the calculation of the heat-transfer coefficient. This section focuses on the estimation of heat-transfer coefficients for natural and forced convection. The conservation equations for mass, momentum, and energy, as presented in …
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