FORMATION OF ELEMENTARY CONVECTIVE CELL IN HORIZONTAL LAYER OF VISCOUS INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUID
It is experimentally shown that with the increase of temperature of the vessel bottom with horizontal oil layer, separately placed convective cells appear in the quantity from one-two at the beginning of the process and till full fill-up of the oil volume at the end. On the basis of the obtained experimental data the theoretical model describing a cylindrical convective cell is offered, for which the structure of space speed distribution and temperature is calculated. Energy substantiation of the principle of pavement (coating) of the liquid surface with cylindrical convective cells is presented.
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