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Flow past an isolated circular cylinder and two cylinders in tandem is numerically simulated, under the influence of buoyancy aiding and opposing the flow. A modified velocity correction method is employed, which has second order accuracy in both space and time. The influence of buoyancy on the...
A three‐dimensional numerical study was conducted to assess the hydraulic and heat transfer performance of a primary surface type heat exchanger surface, called the trapezoidal cross wavy (TCW) duct. This duct is similar to the ducts being used in compact recuperators manufactured by Solar...
Presents a numerical strategy for the aerodynamic analysis of large buildings, with an application to the simulation of the air flow within a telescope building. The finite element formulation is presented first, and then the methodology followed to obtain significant data from the calculations...
An h ‐adaptive finite element code for solving coupled Navier‐Stokes and energy equations is used to solve the thermally driven cavity problem. The buoyancy forces are represented using the Boussinesq approximation. The problem is characterised by very thin boundary layers at high values of...
Deals with the flow reversal in a buoyancy‐opposed rotating duct that causes heat transfer deterioration. An active technique of trailing‐wall transpiration is adopted to check whether it can avoid the flow separation and subsequently improves the heat transfer deterioration....
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