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Presents a novel theoretical approach, based on extension of ideas associated with the generalized integral transform technique, for obtaining accurate analytic solutions for fully developed steady forced convection inside circular ducts with turbulent flow and constant wall surface temperature...
The effect of inclination on laminar natural convection in a square cavity is studied numerically for inclination angles ranging from 40° to 160°, Rayleigh numbers between 10 3 and 10 6 and Prandtl numbers from 0.02 to 4,000. Contours of stream functions and temperature are presented in order to...
The periodically fully developed laminar heat transfer and fluid flow of an array of non‐uniform plate length, aligned at angles to air flow direction, have been investigated by numerical analysis in the Reynolds number range from 15 to 410. To implement the periodic boundary condition in both...
In part I of this study, a three‐dimensional finite difference iterative solver capable of handling the coupled Navier‐Stokes and energy equations for incompressible viscous flows was described and validated with two‐ and three‐dimensional benchmarks. Part II describes the results of the...
Derives a first order perturbation algorithm for the computation of mean values and (co‐) variances of the transient temperature field in conduction heated materials with random field parameters. Considers both linear as well as non‐linear heat conduction problems. The algorithm is advantageous...
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