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Natural convection in enclosures
|Statement||sponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by K. E. Torrance, I. Catton.|
|Contributions||Catton, I. 1934-, Torrance, K. E. 1940-, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division., National Heat Transfer Conference (19th : 1980 : Orlando, Fla.)|
|LC Classifications||QC326 .N37 1980, QC326 N37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
In this article, the natural convection process in a two-dimensional cold square enclosure is numerically investigated in the presence of two inline square heat sources. Two different heat source boundary conditions are analyzed, namely, case 1 (when one heat source is hot) and case 2 (when two heat sources are hot), using the in-house Author: Sunil Manohar Dash, Satyabrata Sahoo. the enclosures. This paper collects and analyzes the bodies of works written about natural convection phenomenon within the enclosure to study the effects of such parameters. Key Words: Natural Convection, Thermal management, Parametric Design 1. INTRODUCTION Natural convection in the narrow enclosures has a wide area.
A numerical was performed analysis on laminar natural convection heat transfer and fluid flow in both protruding heaters (PHs) and flush-mounted heaters (FMHs) located in a triangular enclosure using finite-difference veterans-opex.com by: 1. Aug 18, · Natural Convection Heat Transfer in a Square Enclosure Heated from It's Bottom Wall Lecture 30 (). Natural convection inside enclosures Natural convection flow through a .
Mar 02, · Steady laminar natural convection flow in a cylindrical enclosure with an aspect ratio (height to radius) of unity has been analyzed numerically for ≤ Ra ≤2 × The enclosure consists a cold bottom wait and hot side and top walls. Physical geometry and boundary conditions were made to simulate the presence of oil storage tanks in the petroleum industry and passive solar heating for Cited by: Abstract - This paper reports an analysis of natural convection and entropy generation inside a square porous enclosure with sinusoidal temperature variation on the side walls. The natural convection heat transfer is calculated by solving numerically the mass, momentum, and energy conservation veterans-opex.com by: 2.
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Apr 07, · The study of Turbulent Natural buoyant flows of Newtonian fluids has received considerable attention in the recent past. The study concerns with motion and conditions that cause the motion. This book presents a numerical study of the structure of the flow and heat transfer rates due to temperature differences on opposite walls in an veterans-opex.com: Bathsheba Menge, Francis Gatheri.
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This site Natural convection in enclosures book like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the header. Natural convection from a discrete bottom flush-mounted rectangular heat source on bottom of a horizontal enclosure was studied by Sezai and Mohamad.
Deng et Cited by: 1. NATURAL CONVECTION IN ENCLOSURES I69 A numerical study similar to that of Wilkes, also for a rectangular cavity, was made by de Vahl Davis  for steady flow only and for large Prandtl numbers and unit-order Grashof veterans-opex.com by: The heat transfer by transient natural convection in a ﬂuid conﬁned in enclosures is a problem related to different practical situations.
The conditioning of products in the food industry, heating or cooling, are examples of application for this type of convection problem. Mar 21, · NATURAL CONVECTION:NATURAL CONVECTION INSIDE ENCLOSURES.
A considerable portion of heat loss from a typical residence occurs through the windows. We certainly would insulate the windows, if we could, in order to conserve energy.
The problem is finding an insulating material that is trans- parent. Similar studies were conducted by Jones , with multiple partitions for the case of laminar natural convection flows in rectangular enclosures. The author revealed that the effect of dividing the enclosure into six cells reduces the heat transfer rate by a factor of six.
Fig. 1: Natural convection heat transfer from a hot body. The temperature of the air adjacent to the hot object is higher, thus its density is lower. As a result, the heated air rises. This movement is called the natural convection current.
Note. Zhong et al. () numerically solved the natural convection in an inclined square enclosure. The transition from a conduction dominated regime at to single-cell convection at is apparent from the isotherms.
At, which, according to Tableis less than the critical inclination angle. Natural Convection in Enclosures There exists a great diversity of buoyancy flows in enclosures that are of interest in science and technology. These buoyancy flows pose new and challenging physical and mathematical veterans-opex.com by: natural convection, the presence of an enclosure partially obstructs and redirecting the hot flow to affect the primary heat transfer (please see figure 3).
Confined natural convection concerns with the secondary fluid generation and related influence on transfer of heat. The phenomenon is widely encountered in wide range of applications. Figure 3. November, M.;Nansteel, M. Natural Convection in Rectangular Enclosures Heated from Below and Cooled Along One Side.
Int. of Heat and Mass Transfer 30 () – Google Scholar Greenspan, D. ; Schultz, D. Natural Convection in an Enclosure with Localized Heating from veterans-opex.com by: NATURAL CONVECTION I n Chapters 7 and 8, we considered heat transfer by forced convection, where a fluid was forced to move over a surface or in a tube by external means such as a pump or a fan.
In this chapter, we consider natural con- vection, where any fluid motion occurs by natural means such as buoyancy. The fluid motion in forced convection is quite noticeable, since a fan or a. Natural convection experiments were performed for an enclosure of square cross section containing either a single fluid or two immiscible fluids in a layered configuration.
The two vertical walls of the cross section were respectively heated and cooled, while the two horizontal walls were veterans-opex.com by: May 23, · Natural Convection in a Rectangular Enclosure with Three Heated Sections on the Lower SurfaceCited by: All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it.
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The heat transfer by transient natural convection in a ﬂuid conﬁned in enclosures is a problem related to different practical situations. The conditioning of products in the food industry.
Natural convection is a type of flow, of motion of a liquid such as water or a gas such as air, in which the fluid motion is not generated by any external source (like a pump, fan, suction device, etc.) but by some parts of the fluid being heavier than other parts.
The driving force for natural convection is gravity. Natural Convection in a Triangular Top Wall Enclosure with a Solid Strip Journal of Engineering Science and Technology OctoberVol. 10(10) the natural convection inside an enclosures with pulsating heat flux boundary condition to one sidewall while the other sidewall was maintained at a constant lower veterans-opex.com by: 2.natural convection in rectangular cavities to examine the effects of heater dimensions and location, aspect ratio, and boundary conditions on this cavity.
November and Nansteel () studied natural convective flow in a square cavity with one cooled vertical wall and a heated base. Poulikakos ().natural convection of air in enclosures, with three aspect ratios (H/W = 1, 2, and 4), within which there is a local heat source on the bottom wall at three different positions, Wh.
This heat source occupies 1% of the total volume of the enclosure. The vertical walls in the enclosures are insulated and there is an opening on the right wall.