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effect of pulsation on heat transfer to viscous fluids.

D A. Nellist

effect of pulsation on heat transfer to viscous fluids.

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M. Sc. dissertation. Typescript.

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work of Vajravelu and Rollins [16] and studied the effect of work due to deformation in the energy equation. Vajravelu and Roper [18] and Cortell [19] analyzed the effects of work due to deformation in viscoelastic second grade fluid over a stretching sheet. Another effect which bears great importance on heat transfer is the viscous. of viscous frictional forces and so the continuity equation is a very general result. Real fluids, however, do not conserve mechanical energy, but over time will lose some of this well-ordered energy to heat through frictional losses. In this chapter we consider such behavior, known as viscosity, first in the case of simple fluids such as Size: KB. The Effect Of Heat Transfer Fluids Essay Words 6 Pages Heat transfer fluids Based fluid will meet your system’s thermal requirements, you can choose between Heat transfer fluids are those fluids which allow the heat to transfer through itself.


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To conclude, our results indicate that the effect of pulsation on heat transfer in a tube with constant heat flux at the wall is to alter the bulk temperature of the fluid within the tube, thus allowing the constant heat flux to take place with a smaller or larger temperature difference than it does in steady by: In finding the average convection coefficient: The transition from laminar to turbulent flow is ultimately due to triggering mechanisms, such as the interaction of unsteady flow structures that develop naturally within the fluid or small disturban.

The numerical modeling of the conjugate heat transfer and fluid flow through the micro-tube was presented in the paper, considering the viscous dissipation effect. Three different fluids with temperature dependent fluid properties are considered: water and two dielectric fluids, HFE and FCCited by: A Correlation for Boiling Heat Transfer to Saturated Fluids in Convective Flow, Industrial and Engineering Chem istry, Prosses Design and Development, Vol.

5, No. 3,pp. Heat sinks with liquid forced convection in microchannels are targeted for cooling electronic devices with a high dissipated power density. Given the inherent stability problems associated with two-phase microchannel heat transfer, this paper investigates experimentally the potential for enhancing single-phase convection cooling rates by applying pulsating by: In cooling applications with high-viscosity fluids, agitator power input adds to the heat load.

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Two-dimensional numerical simulation is performed to understand the effect of flow pulsation on the flow and heat transfer from a heated square cylinder at Re =   Two-dimensional numerical simulation is performed to understand the effect of flow pulsation on the flow and heat transfer from a heated square cylinder at Re = Numerical calculations are carried out by using a finite volume method based on the pressure-implicit with splitting of operators algorithm in a collocated grid.

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