TITLE

THE MICROTUBE HEAT TRANSFER AND FLUID FLOW OF DIELECTRIC FLUIDS

AUTHOR(S)
LELEA, Dorin; CIOABLA, Adrian; LAZA, Ioan
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings;Jan2009, p965
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The numerical modelling of the microchannel heat transfer and fluid flow was analyzing in order to estimate the thermal behaviour of the dielectric fluids. The geometry of a model is the same as in (Lelea et al., 2004). The diameters of the tube were Di/D0=125.4/300 μm, the total length L=70 mm, Q=0.75 W and only a portion of the tube was heated. The laminar regime was considered and results obtained for dielectric fluid were compared with water.
ACCESSION #
47080976

 

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