Two-dimensional flow fields and temperature boundary layer profiles around a heated and rotating circular cylinder in crossflow were experimentally investigated for a subcritical freestream-Reynolds-number 5.6 · 104 corresponding to a flow velocity of 7 m/s. Test parameter was the ratio of free stream velocity to peripheral speed, which encompasses the range between zero and 2.5. An electronically-controlled hot wire measurement technique, practicable for the requirements of 1–2 mm boundary layer thickness, was used. The numerous reliable test results confirm previous reported experiments. Characteristic features in heat transfer are discussed.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 13, 2004
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