Omidreza Ghaffari, M. Baris Dogruoz and Mehmet Arik
With the inherit advantages of air cooling, jet impingement can produce a factor of two or higher heat transfer than conventional fan flow over bodies. Therefore, impinging jets can solve a number of electronics thermal issues. Those jets produce complex flow and thermal structures leading to non-uniform and non-monotonic profiles on target surfaces. A numerical study is performed to investigate the flow and heat transfer characteristics of an unsteady laminar impinging jet emanated from a single high-aspect ratio rectangular (slot) nozzle in a confined arrangement. The spacing between the target plate and the nozzle is such that the jet would still be in its potential core length as it was in a free axial jet. Following the initial transients, flow and heat transfer parameters still vary considerably in time that the instantaneous and time-averaged values of surface profiles are not identical. Instantaneous surface pressure distributions exhibit that the stagnation point translates periodically around the initial jet-symmetry line and the surface profiles demonstrate off-center (non-stagnation point) peaks.
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ASME 2013 Heat Transfer Summer Conference collocated with the ASME 2013 7th International Conference on Energy Sustainability and the ASME 2013 11th International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology
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