Volume 2: Theory and Fundamental Research; Aerospace Heat Transfer; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Computational Heat Transfer 2009
DOI: 10.1115/ht2009-88607 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Experimental investigations have been reported on steady state natural convection from the outer surface of vertical triangular cross section ducts in air. Three ducts have been used with equilateral side length of 0.044, 0.06 and 0.08 m. The ducts are heated using internal constant heat flux heating elements. The temperatures along the vertical surface and the peripheral directions of the duct wall are measured. Axial (perimeter averaged) heat transfer coefficients along the side of each duct are obtained for… Show more

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“…For the fully developed flow, a Nusselt number value equal to 2.47, 3.111, and 1.892 were reported for T, H 1 and H 2 boundary conditions, respectively. A few works are reported on natural [22] or mixed convection [10] in triangular sectioned ducts. Ali and Al-Ansary [22] analyzed the natural convection in vertical triangular ducts in laminar and transition regime, giving the critical values of the modified Rayleigh number for the transition to turbulent flow.…”
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“…For the fully developed flow, a Nusselt number value equal to 2.47, 3.111, and 1.892 were reported for T, H 1 and H 2 boundary conditions, respectively. A few works are reported on natural [22] or mixed convection [10] in triangular sectioned ducts. Ali and Al-Ansary [22] analyzed the natural convection in vertical triangular ducts in laminar and transition regime, giving the critical values of the modified Rayleigh number for the transition to turbulent flow.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…A few works are reported on natural [22] or mixed convection [10] in triangular sectioned ducts. Ali and Al-Ansary [22] analyzed the natural convection in vertical triangular ducts in laminar and transition regime, giving the critical values of the modified Rayleigh number for the transition to turbulent flow. They underlined the local axial (perimeter averaged) heat transfer coefficient decrease in the laminar region and increase in the transition one.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Literature is less extended on the mixed or natural convection side in triangular ducts [13,21,30]. Ali and AlAnsary [30] performed analyses on natural convection and they calculated the modified Rayleigh number values, corresponding with the transition from laminar to turbulent flow.…”
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“…Ali and AlAnsary [30] performed analyses on natural convection and they calculated the modified Rayleigh number values, corresponding with the transition from laminar to turbulent flow. The laminar mixed convection in horizontal triangular ducts with different apex angles was handled by Talukdar and Shah [13].…”
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