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[01286] Radiation effect of ND–Ni nanocomposite, water-filled multiport cavity

  • Session Time & Room : 2D (Aug.22, 15:30-17:10) @D404
  • Type : Contributed Talk
  • Abstract : The control of the thermal radiation influence on free convection of a multiple-port open cavity packed with water supported nanocomposite nanofluid is investigated numerically . One inlet port and two outlet ports are situated on the perpendicular walls. The remaining cavity walls are adiabatic. The heated thin baffle is located inside the cavity. The cavity is crammed with the water-supported nanodiamond–nickel nanocomposite. The governing Navier–stokes equations are written in the term of vorticity stream function transport. An ADI scheme-based finite difference process is used for discretization of the governing equations. The results are discussed graphically with the various parameters of radiation parameter, Reynolds number, Rayleigh number, solid volume fraction, widths of the opening, and locations of baffle position. It reveals that the average heat transfer rate reduces with the baffle placed far from the inlet.
  • Classification : 76Sxx, 76Rxx, 76Mxx
  • Format : Talk at Waseda University
  • Author(s) :
    • muthtamilselvan murugan (Bharathiar university)