2021
DOI: 10.1007/s12206-021-0740-8
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Abstract: We studied the transient local surface temperature response that occurs when jet impinging of nitrogen gas is applied to the surface to which a pulsating heat flux is applied. After manufacturing a micro jet impinging device, which was composed of three parts--a silicon wafer, a vinyl sticker, and a Pyrex wafer--nitrogen gas was used as working fluid and the velocity was 344.8 m/s, corresponding jet Reynolds was 1467. And the amplitudes of heat fluxes varied from 5.67 to 16.17 W/cm 2 , the frequency also varie… Show more

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