Double-diffusive natural convection in a differentially heated wavy cavity under thermophoresis effect
AffiliationBabes-Bolyai University; Tomsk State University; University of Chester
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AbstractA numerical analysis is made for thermophoretic transport of small particles through the convection in a differentially heated square cavity with a wavy wall. The governing gas-particle partial differential equations are solved numerically for some values of the considered parameters to investigate their influence on the flow, heat, and mass transfer patterns. It is found that the effect of thermophoresis can be quite significant in appropriate situations. The number of undualtions can essentially modify the heat transfer rate and fluid flow intensity.
CitationGroşan, T., Sheremet, M. A., Pop, I., & Pop, S. R. (2018). Double-Diffusive Natural Convection in a Differentially Heated Wavy Cavity Under Thermophoresis Effect. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 32(4).
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