Volume 2: Heat Transfer in Multiphase Systems; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Manufacturing and Materials Processing; Heat Transfer 2016
DOI: 10.1115/ht2016-7432 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In the present study, a multi-variable comparative study of the effect of microchannel heat sink configurations on their thermal performance is conducted by numerically simulating three-dimensional fluid flow and heat transfer in multiple microchannel heat sink configurations. Thermal analysis is performed to investigate a novel wavy-tapered channel configuration of microchannel heat sinks with directionally alternating coolant flow for high-end electronics cooling. Simulations were conducted at different tape… Show more

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“…Machine vision of mass dispersion of gas in a liquid is important in many applications such as detection of air bubbles in dense dispersion [1] and air bubble segmentation in multiphase flow [2] and is characterised by multiple parameters such as volume, size and size distribution, number of bubbles and bubble velocity. Micro‐channel heat sinks with sinusoidal channel trajectories showed excellent thermal performance due to dean vortices [3, 4] and produce turbulence in the laminar flow with application in high end electronics requiring fast heat dissipation beyond the scope of conventional cooling techniques [5]. Recent advances in flow visualisations and image processing focus on detection and tracking of bubbles moving along vertical trajectories.…”
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“…Machine vision of mass dispersion of gas in a liquid is important in many applications such as detection of air bubbles in dense dispersion [1] and air bubble segmentation in multiphase flow [2] and is characterised by multiple parameters such as volume, size and size distribution, number of bubbles and bubble velocity. Micro‐channel heat sinks with sinusoidal channel trajectories showed excellent thermal performance due to dean vortices [3, 4] and produce turbulence in the laminar flow with application in high end electronics requiring fast heat dissipation beyond the scope of conventional cooling techniques [5]. Recent advances in flow visualisations and image processing focus on detection and tracking of bubbles moving along vertical trajectories.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning