Volume 2: Heat Transfer in Multiphase Systems; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Manufacturing and Materials Processing; Heat Transfer 2016
DOI: 10.1115/ht2016-7068 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: This paper presents a numerical study aimed at understanding the impact of the mushy zone constant, Amush, on simulated phase change heat transfer with varying geometries (inclination angles, and fin additions). This parameter is found in the Carman-Koseny equation, which is used in the modified heat capacity-porosity formulation for modeling phase change; this approach models fluid flow within the mushy region as flow through a porous medium. The melting of dodecanoic acid inside a rectangular thermal storage… Show more

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“…In this study, the authors implemented a modified heat capacity-porosity method to study the behaviour of the PCM. This method has been verified and proven to be able to properly account for energy conservation during phase change, velocities in the flow and interface behaviour in previous work by the authors [19,20] and other researchers [21]. This method will be used as a predictive tool for this study.…”
Section: Phase Change Materialsmentioning
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“…In this study, the authors implemented a modified heat capacity-porosity method to study the behaviour of the PCM. This method has been verified and proven to be able to properly account for energy conservation during phase change, velocities in the flow and interface behaviour in previous work by the authors [19,20] and other researchers [21]. This method will be used as a predictive tool for this study.…”
Section: Phase Change Materialsmentioning