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[This chapter depicts geometries studied in this book, outlines forces influencing the flow and presents a general mathematical description in the form of momentum, continuity, energy and convective diffusion equations written in a vector form, Cartesian and cylindrical polar coordinate systems.]
[This chapter, the general mathematical description is adapted for the rotating disk configurations. The chapter overviews in brief the existing mathematical methodology applicable to modelling the convective heat and mass transfer in such configurations, describes in detail the integral method...
[This chapter represents a validation of the present integral method for the case of a single rotating disk. It was shown that the present integral method is essentially more accurate and enables modelling a wider range of the thermal boundary conditions than the methods of other authors. The...
[This chapter presents results of the analytical and numerical modelling of external flow over a rotating disk and outward flow between parallel co-rotating disks are described and compared with experimental data for the cases of (a) disk rotation in a fluid subject to solid-body rotation, (b)...
[This chapter focuses on laminar flow, heat and mass transfer between a disk and a cone that touches the disk with its apex. It comprises such geometries as “rotating cone—stationary disk”, “rotating disk—stationary cone”, “co-rotating or contra-rotating disk and cone” and “non-rotating conical...
[This Chapter presents revised more accurate equations, which should be employed to recalculate the data for turbulent mass transfer for naphthalene sublimation in air to the conditions of heat transfer in air. This Chapter outlines also a novel methodology for simulations of...
[In this Chapter, the commercial code FLUENT was used to simulate convective heat transfer in a pipe rotating about a parallel axis. Two factors were studied: (1) inlet angle of attack and (2) cross-section shape (circular/elliptic pipes). The elliptic pipes had (a) the same hydraulic diameter...
[In this Chapter, original results of the simulation and optimization of convective heat transfer in the varying aspect ratio two-pass internal ribbed cooling channels with 180° bends are outlined and analysed from a single viewpoint.]
[This Chapter presents overall conclusions to the material presented in the book.]
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