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In this study, the conjugate heat transfer problem of two laminar forced convection boundary layers of counter flow on the opposite sides of a conductive wall is analyzed by employing the integral method. The analysis is conducted in a dimensionless framework to generalize the solution. The dimensionless parameters affecting the thermal interaction between the two convection layers are deduced from the analysis. These parameters give a measure of the relative importance of interactive heat transfer modes. Mean Nusselt number data are obtained for a wide range of the main affecting parameters.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2018, VOLUME 22, ISSUE Issue 2, PAGES [835 - 846]
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