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 knowledge hole among frequently scheduled journals and university-level textbooks by means of supplying in-depth evaluate articles over a broader scope than in journals or texts. The articles, which function a huge overview for specialists within the box, can also be of serious curiosity to non-specialists who have to retain updated with the result of the most recent research. This serial is crucial analyzing for all mechanical, chemical and commercial engineers operating within the box of warmth move, graduate faculties or industry.Provides an summary of evaluation articles on subject matters of present interestBridges the distance among educational researchers and practitioners in industryA long-running and prestigious sequence

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Since the length of the enclosure is equal to the wavelength, the pressure profiles are symmetrical with respect to the vertical mid plane. At the beginning of 40 B. FAROUK ET AL. 3 π/2 π vx−axial (m/s) vx−axial (m/s) 2 1 0 −1 0 −2 3π/2 −3 0 10 20 30 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 −1 −2 −3 −4 −5 −6 −7 π/2 π 0 3π/2 0 10 20 30 z (mm) z (mm) FIG. 24. Variation of axial velocity along the axis of enclosure at four different instants with f = 10,620 Hz (computational) [79]: (a)Xmax = 4 mm; (b)Xmax = 10 mm. t = 0), the amplitude of the pressure wave is maximum at the two walls of the enclosure and minimum at the middle of the enclosure.

FAROUK ET AL. 15 3π/2 10 π Vx (m/s) 5 0 −5 0 −10 π/2 −15 2 0 4 x (mm) 6 8 FIG. 34. 0 Â 10À5 (Case 1A). 2 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 x (mm) FIG. 35. 0 Â 10À5 (Case 1A). Since the density, viscosity and conductivity values of the gas are temperature dependent, the symmetric streaming structure in Fig. 37 is distorted and we essentially have a rather asymmetric (cycle-averaged) flow field. To further study the effect of temperature difference on streaming velo­ city, we increase the top wall temperature to 360 K from 320 K (Case 1C).

1. Experimental Apparatus An experimental system was designed and constructed [79] for the inves­ tigation of the streaming motion in air. The resonator was a cylindrical tube made of Plexiglas. The inside diameter of the tube was 25 mm and the length was 295 mm. The acoustic chamber was mounted horizontally with the sound driver on the left end and an aluminum plug, which closed the right end. The source of sound waves in this system was a compression driver type loudspeaker (JBL 2426H). The sinusoidal driving signal of the acoustic driver was provided by a GoldStar FG-8002 function generator and ampli­ fied by a Crown CE1000 type power amplifier.

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