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The Rayleigh‐Benard‐Marangoni problem for natural convection in a rectangular cavity with thermocapillary forces on a free surface is investigated using a stream function‐vorticity formulation. The nonlinear system is iteratively decoupled and high‐degree p finite elements are used for the...
A combined experimental and numerical investigation into the fluid flow and heat transfer processes that take place in the spray deposition of tubular preforms is presented. The work is concerned principally with impingement mechanisms at jet diameter to target distances that are large in...
A numerical study is conducted for natural convection dominated melting inside discretely heated rectangular enclosures. This study finds applications in the design and operation of thermal energy storage units and the cooling of electric equipment. Results show the benefits of discrete heating...
This work is concerned with the problem of the transient behaviours of the axisymmetric thermocapillary laminar flow occurring inside a half zone subjected to a variable thermal boundary condition during a heating process. The molten liquid with its deformable free surface is considered...
A detailed comparative study of the heat transfer augmentation of in‐tube flows accounting for an array of equally‐spaced plate fins attached at the outer surface is undertaken. The aim of the paper is to critically examine the thermal response of this kind of finned tubes to three different...
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