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In a moving medium without heat conduction, the temperature field is a result of coupled convective and radiative heat transfer. In the case of a streamlined body, the so-called radiative boundary layer is formed in the flow near the body surface. In this region, the medium temperature differs from that in an undisturbed flow. A calculatio ...


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