- Physics
- Published 2001
DOI:10.1016/s0142-727x(01)00089-3

# Fluid flow and heat transfer around a rectangular cylinder with small inclined angle (the case of a width/height ratio of a section of 5)

@inproceedings{Igarashi2001FluidFA, title={Fluid flow and heat transfer around a rectangular cylinder with small inclined angle (the case of a width/height ratio of a section of 5)}, author={Tamotsu Igarashi and Yasuji Mayumi}, year={2001} }

Experimental studies on fluid flow and heat transfer characteristics around a rectangular cylinder at the same angle of attack were carried out for Reynolds number in the range 2500-12800. In the experiment, width/height ratio of the cylinder was chosen as 5.0 and the angle of attack was varied over the range 0-20°. For α = 0°, the cylinder axis was aligned with the flow, the separated shear layers reattached to the top and bottom surfaces intermittently. For α ≥ 5°, the lower shear layer… CONTINUE READING

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