Advances in Heat Transfer by Thomas F. Irvine, James P. Hartnett, Young I. Cho, George A.

By Thomas F. Irvine, James P. Hartnett, Young I. Cho, George A. Greene

Advances in warmth move fills the data hole among on a regular basis scheduled journals and university-level textbooks by means of offering in-depth overview articles over a broader scope than in journals or texts. The articles, which function a wide evaluation for specialists within the box, can also be of significant curiosity to non-specialists who have to retain up to date with the result of the most recent research. This serial is crucial studying for all mechanical, chemical and commercial engineers operating within the box of warmth move, graduate colleges or industry.Provides an summary of assessment articles on themes of present interestBridges the space among educational researchers and practitioners in industryA long-running and prestigious sequence

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And numerical methods. The dimension of the computational model is reduced to 1/10 of that of the experimental setup and the computational frequency is increased to 10 times the experimental value, so that l = L for both the experi­ ments and the computations. The computational and experimental results demonstrate the same characteristics of the standing wave characteristics and acoustic streaming and match each other very well. For the studied resonator characteristics, the pressure wave is found to be distorted from the perfect sinusoidal profile and the outer streaming structures are observed.

C. FLOWS IN AN ACOUSTICALLY DRIVEN CYLINDRICAL ENCLOSURE Acoustic streaming motion generated by finite-amplitude resonant oscil­ lations in an air-filled two-dimensional cylindrical enclosure was experimen­ tally studied and numerically simulated [78]. 5 mm). The frequency of the wall vibration was chosen as f = 1062 Hz, such that the corresponding wavelength was equal to the length of the resonator. A standing wave was then generated in the closed tube. The pressure wave in the axial points was measured by a piezoresistive pressure transducer (Endevco #4428A).

Are included in the table. An observation from this data is that the relative magnitude of the streaming velocity respect to the oscillatory flow velocity (vstMAX/uMAX) is much larger for irregular streaming conditions compared to classical streaming. The regions (defined by the aspect ratio of the enclosure and the max­ imum displacement of the wall amplitude) for which classical streaming patterns are shown in Fig. 15. The symbols in Fig. 15 indicate the cases 32 B. FAROUK ET AL. 2 FIG. 15.

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