2020
DOI: 10.1108/hff-04-2020-0223 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this paper is to study the natural convection and radiation heat transfer inside Nonagon inclined cavity with variable heated source length, which contains a porous medium saturated with nanofluid in the presence of uniform heat generation or absorption under the effect of uniform magnetic field with variable direction. The shape factor of nano particles is taking account for the model of nanofluid. Design/methodology/approach This study is established in two-dimensional space. The 2D … Show more

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“…Ghalambaz et al 13 analyzed the heat transfer of nanoencapsulated phase change particle suspensions inside a coaxial pipe and found that a higher value of the nanoparticle's volume fraction enhances heat transfer. Massoudi et al 14 considered the flow of a nanofluid in a porous medium in the presence of uniform heat generation/absorption. Hamida et al 15 studied the impact of copper nanoparticles on a vertical plate.…”
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“…Ghalambaz et al 13 analyzed the heat transfer of nanoencapsulated phase change particle suspensions inside a coaxial pipe and found that a higher value of the nanoparticle's volume fraction enhances heat transfer. Massoudi et al 14 considered the flow of a nanofluid in a porous medium in the presence of uniform heat generation/absorption. Hamida et al 15 studied the impact of copper nanoparticles on a vertical plate.…”
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“…The nanofluid passing through the microchannel to cool the heat sink being varied such as: air, 35 nitrogen air-gas, 36 a permeable membrane. 37 Due to their highly efficient conductivity, the use of nanofluids to control heat transfer and/or cooling system in various applications is considered among the effective solutions for several researchers such as: Massaoudi et al, [38][39][40][41] Ben hamida et al, [42][43][44][45] and Ben Jaballah et al 46,47 Recent work asserts that MWCNT is among the best to use to improve heat transfer. [48][49][50] Therefore, the three-dimensional analysis of the thermal management of cooling electronic devices is a promising area of research.…”
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“…Also, Hatami et al 29 32 used the optimization techniques such as Response Surface Methodology (RSM) to find the optimize geometries including nanofluids in heat transfer applications. Massoudi et al 33 , 34 also investigated the nanofluids application in free convection under the influence of magnetic field.…”
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