A theoretical and experimental study of the temperature characteristics of two-dimensional heated turbulent jets discharging parallel to and in the vicinity of a solid boundary is presented. The model is based on an integral formulation of the basic conservation laws and uses the flow field solutions of corresponding nonbuoyant jets. The theory takes into consideration the effects of free-stream motion and jet offset distance. Theoretical predictions of temperature were found to be in good agreement with experimental data.

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