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Purpose – To provide a suitable linkage of a computational fluid dynamics code and a shape optimization code for the augmentation of local heat transfer coefficients in forced convection channels normally used in the cooling of electronic equipment. Design/methodology/approach – A parallel‐plate...
Purpose – To study the hydrodynamic and thermal behaviors of a turbulent flow of nanofluids, which are composed of saturated water and Al 2 O 3 nanoparticles at various concentrations, flowing inside a tube submitted to a uniform wall heat flux boundary condition. Design/methodology/approach – A...
Purpose – This study seeks to focus on the annular flow between rectangular and equilateral‐triangular ducts under all possible arrangements. The aim of this work is to obtain accurate prediction of the friction factor of this flow using high‐order finite element method....
Purpose – To investigate the natural convection in open‐ended parallel, convergent, and divergent channels using a fully elliptic procedure without extending the domain outside the channel for the application of the boundary conditions at the inlet and outlet of the channels....
Purpose – To study the thermal performance of both co‐current and counter‐current parallel flow heat exchangers. The hot stream is assumed to flow in the middle of two cold streams and exchange heat with them. Design/methodology/approach – The dimensionless governing equations are derived based...
Purpose – Sets out to discuss laminar free convection characteristics of air confined to a square cavity and a horizontal rectangular cavity (aspect ratio A =2) along with the viable isosceles triangular cavities and right‐angle triangular cavities that may be inscribed inside the two original...
Purpose – To develop an effective and reliable procedure for the calculation of heat fluxes from the measured temperatures in experimental tests of impingement water cooling. Design/methodology/approach – An inverse heat transfer analysis procedure is developed and implemented into a 2D finite...
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