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“…Nevertheless, the flow pressure drop is also intensified [19]. Subsequently, Wong and Saeid [20,21] conducted a heat transfer optimisation on the problem of jet flow blowing on the surface of a horizontal porous insert heated from below.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Nevertheless, the flow pressure drop is also intensified [19]. Subsequently, Wong and Saeid [20,21] conducted a heat transfer optimisation on the problem of jet flow blowing on the surface of a horizontal porous insert heated from below.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Wong and Saeid (2009a, b) considered a jet flow blowing on the surface of a horizontal porous medium heated from below and investigated the heat transfer by mixed convection. By assuming local thermal equilibrium (Wong and Saeid 2009a) and local thermal non-equilibrium (Wong and Saeid 2009b) they conducted numerical parametric studies to optimise the Nusselt number.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Fig. 2.b shows the LTNE parameter variation versus interstitial Biot number for different values of solid to fluid thermal conductivity ratio compared with those obtained by Wong and Saeid (2009) in the same operating conditions (Fig 2.a). As seen in these figures, the agreement between the results obtained by the present numerical code and the results from the literature is satisfactory.…”

confidence: 93%

“…Thus, Wong and Saeid (2009) investigated numerically the thermal characteristics of the jet impingement cooling with buoyancy effect in porous media in the mixed convection regime under local thermal non-equilibrium conditions. They showed that the increase in the porosity scaled thermal conductivity ratio parameter or heat transfer coefficient parameter brings the solid and fluid towards thermal equilibrium model and the mixed convection behavior is more significant for higher Rayleigh number.…”

confidence: 99%