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Natural convection in enclosures-- 1986

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

Natural convection in enclosures-- 1986

presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, December 7-12, 1986

by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

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Published by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat -- Convection, Natural -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementsponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by R.S. Figliola and I. Catton.
    SeriesHTD -- vol. 63., HTD (Series) -- vol. 63.
    ContributionsFigliola, R. S., Catton, I. 1934-, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 98 p. :
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14375830M
    LC Control Number80065786

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Natural convection in enclosures-- 1986 by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Natural convection in enclosures presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, December[R S Figliola; I Catton; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Winter Annual Meeting; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division.]. The problem of steady, laminar, natural convective flow of a viscous fluid in an inclined enclosure with partitions is considered.

Transverse gradient of temperature is applied on the two opposing regular walls of the inclined enclosure while the other walls are maintained adiabatic.

The problem is formulated in terms of the vorticity-stream function by: Discussion on the paper “Investigation of Double Diffusive Natural Convection in Presence of Gray Gas Radiation Within a Square Cavity Using Multiple Relaxation Time Lattice Boltzmann Method, F.

Moufekkir, M.A. Moussaoui, A. Mezrhab, J.P. Fontaine, M. Bouzidi, Journal of Heat TransferVol. /”Cited by: An experimental study has been performed on natural convective heat transfer in inclined enclosures heated from below, and with partitions running in the up-slope direction (see Fig.

The influence of a clearance between the partitions Cited by: 3. Natural convection in different shapes of enclosures is available in nature, and is a topic of considerable interest for engineers.

Actually, natural convection occurs everywhere in nature. The application of studying natural convection is in the thermal design of buildings, solar collector design, nuclear reactor design and many others. With pure natural convection, we introduce an opposite extreme; namely, we assume that we will not have any flow except for that caused by heating.

Keywords “Natural Convection in Enclosures,” in Proceedings of the 6th International Heat Transfer Conference, () Natural Convection. In: Heat Transfer. Springer, Boston, MA.

Laminar natural convection in a rectangular enclosure heated from bottom and cooled from top was investigated. Numerical analyses were performed using FLUENT. Blockage of Natural Convection Boundary Layer Flow in a Multizone Enclosure. Douglas Scott Ren Anderson Richard S.

Figliola February Prepared for AIAA/ASME Heat Transfer and Thermophysics Conference Boston, Massachusetts June. Prepared under Task No. FTP No. Solar Energy Research Institute. A Review on Natural Convection in Enclosures for Engineering Applications.

The Particular Case of the Parallelogrammic Diode Cavity Article in Applied Thermal Engineering 63(1)– An experimental study of the turbulent velocity and temperature fields for high Rayleigh number natural convecton in an enclosure was conducted. A water filled test cell with one heated vertical wall and one opposite cooled vertical wall was used.

All the other walls were thermally insulated. The cell had an aspect ratio of : Shiming Yang, Hesong Hu. Passive: Natural Convection. Smaller outside enclosures (wall-mounted control boxes, for example) in which relatively high temperatures can be tolerated can be cooled by passive means.

Passive methods include primarily natural (free) convection and phase-changing materials (PCMs). Natural convection is the transport of heat by buoyancy-induced Author: Maurice Marongiu.

NATURAL CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER FROMINCLINED NARROW PLATES ABSTRACT Natural Convection flow in a vertical channel with internal objects is encountered in several technological applications of particular interest of heat dissipation from electronic circuits, refrigerators, heat exchangers, nuclear reactors fuel elements, dry cooling towers, and home.

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Our software product, CFDesign was. The natural convection heat losses occurring from cubical open cavities are analysed in this paper. Open cubical cavities of sides m, m, m, m, and 1 m with constant temperature back wall boundary conditions and opening ratio of 1 are studied.

The Fluent CFD software is used to analyse the three-dimensional (3D) cavity by: 9. Thermal management of outdoor enclosures using phase change materials like to use passive methods on account of their simplicity and lack of maintenance.

passive methods rely primarily on natural (free) convection in conjunction with pcms and solar reflectors. natural convection is the transport of heat by buoyancy-induced fluid flows. I read many topic about the natural convection and the boundary conditions for the simulation of this phenomenon.

I'm studying, with the water flow in natural convection throught a square duct which contains heating source. The duct is vertical. So the inlet is at the bottom and the outlet is at the top of the duct.

Bohn, MSaA, R Temperature and Heat Flux Distribution in a Natural Convection Enclosure Flow J. Heat Transfer, Trans. the ASME, May – Crossref [11]Cited by: 6. Prasad, V., and Kulacki, F. A., "Effects of the Size of Heat Source on Natural Convection in Horizontal Porous Layers Heated from Below," Heat TransferProceedings of the Eighth International Heat Transfer Conference, Vol.

5, pp.Hemisphere, New York, Prasad, V., "Numerical Study of Natural Convection in a Vertical Porous. A new edition of the bestseller on convection heat transfer.

A revised edition of the industry classic, Convection Heat Transfer, Fourth Edition, chronicles how the field of heat transfer has grown and prospered over the last two new edition is more accessible, while not sacrificing its thorough treatment of the most up-to-date information on current research and.

The book is richly enhanced by examples and end-of-chapter exercises. A complete solutions manual is available to qualified instructors. The book includes eighteen appendices providing compilations of most essential property and mathematical information for analysis of convective heat and mass transfer by: Back, and M.

Faghri, “Natural Convection in Enclosures with an Irregular Wall,” 4th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Heat and Mass Transfer, Transport Phenomena in Heat and Mass Transfer, Edited by J.

Reizes, pp. In the present study, the non-Boussinesq effect in the thermal convection in an air-filled horizontal concentric annulus is studied numerically by using the variable property-based lattice Boltzmann flux solver (VPLBFS), with the radial temperature difference ratio ofthe radius ratio ofand the Rayleigh number in the range 10 4 ≤ Ra ≤ 10 by: 5.

Using PCMs in Electronic Enclosures. All types of outdoor equipment can be cooled using PCMs. Most designers like to use passive methods on account of their simplicity and lack of maintenance. Passive methods rely primarily on natural (free) convection in conjunction with PCMs and solar reflectors.

Unsteady natural convection flow in a two dimensional fluid saturated porous enclosure with localized heating from below with heat flux, symmetrical cooling from the sides and the insulated top wall has been investigated numerically. The governing equations are the Darcy’s law for the porous media and the energy equation for the temperature field has been : Md.

Noor-A-Alam Siddiki, Md. Mamun Molla, Suvash C. Saha. @article{osti_, title = {Experimental regulation of advanced solar central receivers. Final report}, author = {}, abstractNote = {An investigation of natural convection losses from cavity-type solar central receivers is described and results are given.

The approach followed was that of a fundamental experimental study in a simple cavity subject to well controlled boundary conditions. Bohn, M.

and A. Kirkpatrick,High Rayleigh number natural convection between the side walls, bottom, and top of an enclosure, Natural Convection in EnclosuresASME AICHE National Heat Transfer Conf., Seattle, WA, pp.

27 This paper reports the numerical determination of the entropy generation due to heat transfer, mass transfer and fluid friction in steady state for laminar double diffusive convection, in an inclined enclosure with heat and mass diffusive walls, by solving numerically the mass, momentum, species conservation and energy balance equations, using a Control Volume Cited by: ing technology for electronic equipments was presented by Bergles ().

Later, an extensive review of electronic equipment cooling by different modes of heat transfer was presented by Incorpera (). The review includes natural convection heat transfer in parallel channels, inclined channels and enclosures as well as other. natural convection turbulent laminar rate thermal equation vertical scale constant eqs thickness mass transfer surface length based stream analysis porous section You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be. The body of scientific literature on natural convection within enclosures is vast and the reader is referred to Ostrach's [11] review for an overview of the field. However, the designer must always keep in mind that the overall goal is to transfer to the outside as such heat as possible by natural convection in order to keep internal.

This work presents a numerical investigation on natural convection in a circular enclosure with an internal flat plate at Ra = The cross-section area of the plate was fixed at three values, H·W/D2 =, andin which H and W are the height and width of the plate and D is the diameter of the enclosure while the aspect ratio changes, which makes the plate.

References [8,9] have presented the experimental and numerical study of steady natural convection in two-dimensional Newtonian and incompressible fluid-filled enclosures.

They have concluded that heat conduction has reduced the average temperature difference across the enclosure, produced partial stabilization of the flow and decreased natural Cited by: 7. Bekermann C., Viskanta R. and Ramadhyani S. A numerical study of non-Darcian natural convection in a vertical enclosure filled with a porous medium Numerical Heat Transfer Part A 10 [12] Moya S.L.

and Ramos E. and Sen M. Numerical study of natural convection in a tilted rectangular porous material Int. of Heat Mass Transfer Cited by: A loudspeaker enclosure or loudspeaker cabinet is an enclosure (often box-shaped) in which speaker drivers (e.g., loudspeakers and tweeters) and associated electronic hardware, such as crossover circuits and, in some cases, power amplifiers, are ures may range in design from simple, homemade DIY rectangular particleboard boxes to very complex.

Full text of "Convection and Conduction Heat Transfer" See other formats. Kuhn and P.H. Oosthuizen, "Three-Dimensional Transient Natural Convective Flow in a Rectangular Enclosure with Localized Heating", Natural Convection in Enclosures -ASME HTD - Vol.

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Table of Contents. Naraghi, M.H.N. and Chung, B.T.F., "Radiative Exchange in Enclosures with Non-Isothermal Diffuse Surfaces and Thermally Transparent Medium," ASME Paper HT presented at the 4 th AIAA/ASME Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, June.

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