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3. Effect of interaction on Nus Figure 9 shows the distributions of the span-averaged values of Nus at Re = 600 and 1800 for different values of c. The value of Nus for plain fin without VGs is also shown in the figure for comparison. The span-averaged values of Nus are obviously enhanced by the longitudinal vortices generated by the VGs mounted in the channel. In the entrance of the channel, the fluid flows in at a uniform velocity, the boundary layer starts to develop, and the value of Nus gets the largest value.