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Volume 128, 2019XII International Conference on Computational Heat, Mass and Momentum Transfer (ICCHMT 2019)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Internal Flow and Heat Transfer|
|Published online||08 November 2019|
Investigation Of Forced Convection Heat Transfer From A Heater Mounted Ina Cavity Wall Using Various Nanofluids
College of Engineering and Computing, Al Ghurair University,
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Amity University, Dubai, UAE
3 School of Science and Engineering, Curtin University, Dubai, UAE
4 Institute of Thermal Power Engineering, Cracow University of Technology,, Kraków, Poland
5 Faculty of Environmental Engineering, Cracow University of Technology, 31-864, Cracow, Poland
6 DIAEE Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
7 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wolaita Soda University, Ethiopia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Forced convection heat transfer from heater mounted in a cavity wall is investigated to reveal the relation among nanofluid properties. The base fluid is considered as water. The present study is focused on forced convection heat transfer from square heater subject to inflow and outflow inside a squarecavity. The interesting physics will be reported in connection with volume fraction, Reynolds number and nanomaterial properties. It is found that for a particular Reynolds number when nanomaterial is introduced the local heat transfer is increased. The wall attached vortex attributes a constant Nusselt number. It is also noticed that when the heater wall is subject to combination of vortex and main stream fluid results high Nusselt number than heat transfer due to wall attached vortices. Nanofluid results high Nusselt number for the same Reynolds number.
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