By S. Kakaç, B. Kosoy, D. Li, A. Pramuanjaroenkij
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C 98 (1982). 2. Y. A. Little, Measurement of heat transfer characteristics of gas flow in fine channels heat exchangers used for microminiature refrigerators, Cryogenics 24, 415–420 (1984). 3. B. F. O. Warrington, Fluid flow and heat transfer in microtubes, Micromechanical Sensors, Actuators, and Systems, ASME DSC 32, 123–134 (1991). 4. P. P. Mahulikar, Experimental verification of the role of Brinkman number in microchannels using local parameters, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 43, 1837–1849 (2000).
In one of the first experimental studies in this area water flow through rough CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER IN MICROSCALE SLIP FLOW 27 fused silica and stainless steel microtubes was investigated, and deviations from theoretical predictions; such as higher friction factor, and early transition from laminar to turbulent flow, were found . Later, heat transfer characteristics were also investigated and due to the surface roughness effect, smaller Nu values were determined . Different models were proposed to represent the effects of surface roughness; such as roughness-viscosity model , porous medium layer model , and the explicit model [17, 18].
As can be observed therein, local Nu reaches an asymptotic value when the fluid temperature is equal to the wall temperature, when viscous dissipation and axial conduction are included. Thermal development continues after this point, and the fully developed Nu is reached. Similar to positive Br cases, the amount of viscous dissipation effects the location where the sudden change in local Nu occurs, but the fully developed Nu is the same for all non-zero Br values. Table 3 summarizes a majority of the results for fully developed Nu for slip-flow in microtubes presented in this section for constant wall temperature boundary condition, and provides comparisons with available results from literature.
Microfluidics Based Microsystems: Fundamentals and Applications (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series A: Chemistry and Biology) by S. Kakaç, B. Kosoy, D. Li, A. Pramuanjaroenkij