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Nanofluid in Heat Exchanges for Mechanical Systems: Numerical Simulation shows how the finite volume method is used to simulate various applications of heat exchanges. Heat transfer enhancement methods are introduced in detail, along with a hydrothermal analysis and second law approaches for heat exchanges. The melting process in heat exchanges is also covered, as is the influence of variable magnetic fields on the performance of heat exchange. This is an important reference source for materials scientists and mechanical engineers who are looking to understand the main ways that nanofluid flow is simulated and applied in industry.
- Provides detailed coverage of major models used in nanofluid analysis, including the finite volume method, governing equations for turbulent flow, and equations of nanofluid in presence of variable magnetic field
- Offers detailed coverage of swirling flow devices and melting processes
- Assesses which models should be applied in which situations
Materials scientists and mechanical engineers, mathematical scientists who are interested in numerical simulation
1. Fundamentals of heat exchangers
2. Nanofluid for heat exchangers
3. Heat exchanger equipped with various helical turbulators
4. Entropy generation due to inserting various helical swirl flow devices
5. Exergy behavior for heat exchanger in a pipe with modified turbulators
6. Unsteady process in a heat exchanger during melting
7. Air heat exchanger storage unit
8. Exhaust heat recovery heat exchanger of gasoline engine
9. Ferrohydrodynamic nanofluid in heat exchangers
10. Solar heat exchanger with twist tape
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- 8th April 2020
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Dr. Zhixiong Li received his Ph.D. degree in Transportation Engineering from Wuhan University of Technology, China in 2013. Currently he is with Engineering Research Center of Fujian University for Marine Intelligent Ship Equipment, Minjiang University, China; and he is also with School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong, Australia. His research interests include Modelling of Complex Dynamic Systems using Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Manufacturing, and Dynamic System Optimization. This book is partially supported by Australia ARC DECRA (No. DE190100931).
Engineering Research Center of Fujian University for Marine Intelligent Ship Equipment, Minjiang University, Fuzhou, China and School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong, Australia
Lecturer at Public Authority of Applied Education and Training - College of Technological Studies - Applied Science department in Kuwait since 2010. Before that, dr. Shafee worked at Kuwait University. His research interests are Ordinary Differential Equations, Special Functions, Nanofluid, CFD, simulation, Mesoscopic modeling, Nonlinear Science, Magnetohydrodynamic, Ferrohydrodynamic, Electrohydrodynamic and Heat exchangers. He has written many papers and holds a part time position in Vietnam.
Institute of Research and Development, Duy Tan University, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
Dr Iskander Tlili, Associate Professor at Majmaah University KSA, completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D degrees in Thermal Energy at the Laboratory Studies of Thermal and Energy Systems, National Engineering School of Monastir, Tunisia. He has more than 18 years of teaching and research experience in Thermo-Fluid, Thermal Power, Renewable Energy and Desalination. He participated in the implementation of several Energy Audits. Dr. Iskander has published also many papers in highly reputed journals. He has been conferred with internal and external grants from different international sponsors and led several units and committees at both college and university level.
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering, Majmaah University, Al-Majmaah, Saudi Arabia
Mehrdad Jafaryar works at the Renewable energy systems and nanofluid applications in heat transfer Laboratory, Babol, Iran. His research interests are CFD, experimental investigation, analytical solution, Nanofluid, Renewble energy, and aerodynamics. He has written several papers in various fields of mechanical engineering and also a book titled "Nanofluid for convective heat transfer in various geometries".
Renewable energy systems and nanofluid applications in heat transfer Laboratory, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Iran
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