Galerkin finite element
power law model
constant wall temperature
constant wall heat flux
apparent friction factor
incremental pressure drop
finite difference 13. simultaneously developing flow and heat transfer
control volume based finite
rate of deformation tensor
hydrodynamic entrance length
Fanning friction factor
dimensionless bulk temperature
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