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Passive control of wall shear stress and mass transfer generated by submerged lobed impinging jet

Abstract : Particle image velocimetry was used to investigate the flow field in an impinging lobed daisy hemispherical nozzle jet in comparison to its counterpart round jet, at a Reynolds number of 5620 based on the exit velocity and the equivalent diameter D e of the nozzle. The limitations of the PIV technique in the vicinity of the target wall due to the laser scattering were addressed by using the electrodiffusion (ED) technique to determine the wall shear rate distribution. The distribution of the mass transfer coefficient is also obtained using the ED technique. The target wall is placed at a distance H = 2D e from the plane tangent to the nozzle, at the center of the orifice. The entrainment of ambient fluid in the free jet region, which is larger in the lobed jet compared to the round jet, feeds in turn the wall jet region. The maximum wall shear rate was found significantly higher in the daisy jet, with an excess of 93 % compared to the reference round jet. The maximum mass transfer is 35 % higher in the former compared to the latter. Therefore, the hemispherical daisy nozzle is an excellent candidate in passive strategies to enhance local skin-friction and the subsequent local mass transfer at a constant exit Reynolds number
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Kodjovi Sodjavi, Brice Montagné, Amina Meslem, Paul Byrne, Laurent Serres, et al.. Passive control of wall shear stress and mass transfer generated by submerged lobed impinging jet. Heat and Mass Transfer, Springer Verlag, 2016, 52 (5), pp.925-936. ⟨10.1007/s00231-015-1610-7⟩. ⟨hal-01165568⟩

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