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There are two Bejan numbers (Be) in use, named after Duke University professor Adrian Bejan in two scientific domains: thermodynamics and fluid mechanics.
Additional recommended knowledge
This definition was introduced by Paoletti et al. (see reference).
Fluid mechanics and heat transfer
The Be number plays in forced convection the same role that the Rayleigh number plays in natural convection. The Be number was introduced by Bhattacharjee and Grosshandler (see references)
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