Pemodelan Matematika Perpindahan Panas Konveksi Campuran (Mixed Convection) pada Pelat Horizontal
AbstractThis study examines and analyzes mathematical model of mixed convection in horizontal plate. The heat transfer uses the model of a two dimensional nonlinear partial differential equations system. Then, this equation is derived first into the dimensionless equation form, and then it is changed into system of nonlinear ordinary differential equations form using similarity transformation. This system of nonlinear ordinary differential equations is solved by using the finite-difference scheme method, also with the mathematics program with software Matlab. The results obtained form this program is to determine skin friction coefficient , wall temperature velocity profiles and temperature profiles
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