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Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer
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ISSN Druckformat: 1065-5131
ISSN Online: 1026-5511

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Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer

DOI: 10.1615/JEnhHeatTransf.2019030135
Forthcoming Article

Experimental Study of Mist Jet Impingement Cooling

Vikash Chauhan
National Institute of Technology, Manipur, India
Dushyant Singh
National Institute of Technology Manipur, India

ABSTRAKT

In this paper, an experimental study of mist jet impingement cooling over a heated flat surface is performed to identify the effect of Reynolds number, nozzle to plate spacing and mist loading fraction. The parametric experiments were performed for Reynolds number ranging from 10000 – 40000, non-dimensional nozzle to plate spacing of 32- 56 and loading fraction ranging from 0 - 1%. The present study indicated that the Reynolds number (Redhyd.) and the loading fraction (f) increases the Nusselt number whereas, increasing the h/d ratio adversely affect the cooling. It is concluded that loading fraction has the highest impact on the cooling controllability, the Reynolds number and the h/d ratio have a secondary and tertiary impact on the cooling. Furthermore, based on the experimental results a correlation function is developed. It is elucidated that a good correlation function can act as a better alternative over costly and prolonged experiments.