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Purpose – In oil and gas industries, the presence of sand particles in produced oil and natural gas represents a major concern because of the associated erosive wear occurring in various flow passages. Erosion in the tube entrance region of a typical shell and tube heat exchanger is numerically...
Purpose – The present paper addresses the computer modelling of pipe formation in metal castings. Design/methodology/approach – As a preliminary, a brief review of the current state‐of‐the‐art in pipe shrinkage computation is presented. Then, in first part, the constitutive equations...
Purpose – To address the impact of adding insulated plate extensions at the entrance of an isoflux vertical parallel‐plate channel on the thermal performances of natural convection in air for these systems. Design/methodology/approach – The model relies on the full elliptic conservation...
Purpose – Obtaining the maximum possible flow rates that can be induced by free convection in open‐ended vertical eccentric annuli under fundamental thermal boundary conditions of the fourth kind (heating or cooling one of the annulus walls with a uniform heat flux while keeping the other...
Purpose – To investigate the heat transfer enhancement performed by installing a rectangular plate turbulator for internal flow modification induced by vortex shedding. Design/methodology/approach – The large eddy simulation (LES) and SIMPLE‐C method coupled with preconditioned conjugate...
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