ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Investigation of shell and tube heat exchangers by using a design of experiment
Heat exchangers are one of the most important devices of mechanical systems in modernsociety. Most industrial processes involve the transfer of heat and more often they requirethe heat transfer process to be controlled. A heat exchanger is the heat exchanged betweentwo media, one being cold and the other being hot. There are different types of heatexchanger, but the type which is widely used in industrial application is the shell and tube.In this study, experiments conducted based on fully replicable five-factor, five-level centralcomposite design. Regression modelsare developed to analyse the effects of shell and tubeheat exchange process parameter such as inlet temperature of hot fluid and flow rates ofcold and hot fluid. The output parameters of a heat exchanger are used for analysing thedirect and interactive effects of heat exchange process parameters.
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Shell and Tube Heat
Exchanger
DOE
Experiment
S.
Balamurugan
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore – 641 014, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore – 641 014, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore – 641 014, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
AUTHOR
D.P.
Samsoloman
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2
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore – 641 014, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore – 641 014, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore – 641 014, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
AUTHOR
[1]. Y. Ozcelik, Exergetic optimization of shell and tube heat exchangers using genetic based algorithm, Appl. Therm. Eng., vol. 27, pp. 1849- 1856, (2007).
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[2]. P. Vijaysai, M.D. Osborn, S.S. Au, K. Ravi Chandra Reddy, Prediction of performance assessment of heat exchangers for proactive remediation, IEEE trans, 3055-3060,(2006)
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[3]. Q. Wang, G. Xie, M. Zeng and L. Luo, Prediction of heat transfer rates for shell and tube heat exchangers by artificial neural networks approach, J. Therm. Sci., vol.15, no.3, pp. 257-262,(2006).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Magnetohydrodynamic mixed convection effects on the removal process of fluid particles from an open cavity in a horizontal channel
This paper presents the results of a numerical study on the heat transfer performance and the removal process of fluid particles under the influence of magnetohydrodynamic mixed convection in a horizontal channel with an open cavity. The bottom wall of the cavity is heated at a constant temperature (Th) while the top wall of the channel is maintained at a relatively low temperature (Tc). Air with a uniform velocity (u0) and temperature (Tc) is introduced to the channel. The analysis is carried out for a range of values of the Grashof number (103≤Gr≤106), the Reynolds number (1≤Re≤100), and the Hartmann number (0≤Ha≤100).The results show that the heat transfer rate increases as the Grashof number increases and decreases as the Reynolds and Hartmann numbers increase. It is also shown that the removal process accelerates as the Grashof number increases and, however, decelerates as the Reynolds and Hartmann numbers increase.
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Magnetohydrodynamic
Mixed convection
Channel
Fluid particles
Removal process
Rouhollah Yadollahi
Farsani
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Associate Lecturer, Ardal Center, Shahrekord branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran
Associate Lecturer, Ardal Center, Shahrekord branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran
Associate Lecturer, Ardal Center, Shahrekord branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Behzad
Ghasemi
behzadgh@yahoo.com
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Chemical Engineering Professor, Engineering Faculty, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, Iran
Chemical Engineering Professor, Engineering Faculty, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, Iran
Chemical Engineering Professor, Engineering Faculty, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, Iran
AUTHOR
Saiied Mostafa
Aminossadati
uqsamino@uq.edu.au
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Senior Lecturer, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, the University of Queensland, QLD 4072, Australia
Senior Lecturer, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, the University of Queensland, QLD 4072, Australia
Senior Lecturer, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, the University of Queensland, QLD 4072, Australia
AUTHOR
[1]. L. C.Fang, "Effect of mixed convection on transient hydrodynamic removal of a contaminant from a cavity," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 46(11) 2039-2049, (2003).
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[2]. L. C.Fang, "Effect of duct velocity profile and buoyancy-induced flow on efficiency of transient hydrodynamic removal of a contaminant from a cavity," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 44(12),1389-1404, (2004).
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[3]. N. M.Brown, and F. C.Lai, "Correlations for combined heat and mass transfer from an open cavity in a horizontal channel," International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 32(8),1000-1008, (2005).
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[4]. B. Premachandran, and C.Balaji, "Mixed convection heat transfer from a horizontal channel with protruding heat sources," Heat and Mass Transfer/Waerme- und Stoffuebertragung, 41(6), 510-518, (2005).
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[5]. I. A.Ermolaev, and A. I.Zhbanov, "Mixed convection in a horizontal channel with local heating from below," Fluid Dynamics, 39(1) 29-35,(2004).
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[6]. J. C.Leong, N. M.Brown, and F. C.Lai, "Mixed convection from an open cavity in a horizontal channel," International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 32(5), 583-592, (2005).
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[7]. S. M. Aminossadati, and B. Ghasemi, "A numerical study of mixed convection in a horizontal channel with a discrete heat source in an open cavity," European Journal of Mechanics, B/Fluids, 28(4), 590-598,(2009).
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[9]. S. Alchaar, P.Vasseur, and E.Bilgen, "Natural convection heat transfer in a rectangular enclosure with a transverse magnetic field," Journal of Heat Transfer, 117(3), 668-673,(1995).
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[10]. N.Rudraiah, R. M. Barron, M.Venkatachalappa, and C. K.Subbaraya, "Effect of a magnetic field on free convection in a rectangular enclosure," International Journal of Engineering Science, 33(8), 1075-1084, (1995).
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[11]. B.Ghasemi, S. M.Aminossadati, and A.Raisi, "Magnetic field effect on natural convection in a nanofluid-filled square enclosure," International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 50(9), 1748-1756,(2011).
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[17]. S.Mahmud, S. H.Tasnim, and M. A. H. Mamun, "Thermodynamic analysis of mixed convection in a channel with transverse hydromagnetic effect," International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 42(8), 731-740, (2003).
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[18]. P.R. Nath, P. M. V.Prasad, and D. R. V.PrasadaRao, "Computational hydromagnetic mixed convective heat and mass transfer through a porous medium in a non-uniformly heated vertical channel with heat sources and dissipation," Computers and Mathematics with Applications, 59(2), 803-811, (2010).
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[19]. M. M.Rahman, S.Parvin, R.Saidur, and N. A.Rahim, "Magnetohydrodynamic mixed convection in a horizontal channel with an open cavity," International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 38(2), 184-193, (2011).
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[21]. S. McKee, M. F.Tome, V. G. Ferreira, J. A.Cuminato, A.Castelo, F. S.Sousa, and N.Mangiavacchi, "THE MAC method," Computers and Fluids, 37, 907-930, (2008).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The effect of Geometrical parameters on heat transfer coefficient in helical double tube exchangers
Helical coil heat exchangers are widely used in industrial applications ranging fromcryogenic processes, air-conditioning, and nuclear reactors to waste heat recovery due totheir compact size and high heat transfer coefficient. In this kind of heat exchangers, flowand heat transfer are complicated. This paper reports a numerical investigation of theinfluence of different parameters such as coil radius, coil pitch and diameter of tubeon the characteristics of heat transfer in helical double tube heat exchangers usingthe well-known Fluent CFD software. Modeling of the study was implemented based onprinciples of heat transfer, fluid mechanics, and thermodynamics. By imposing boundaryconditions and selecting of an appropriate grid, whereby the results are independent ofmeshing, the obtained results were compared and validated with existing experimentalresults in the open literature. The results indicate that heat transfer augments by increasingof the inner Dean number, inner tube diameter, curvature ratio, and by the reduction of thepitch of the heat exchanger coil.
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Helical double tube
Heat exchanger
Curvature ratio
Dean number
Overall heat transfer coefficient
Seyed Faramarz
Ranjbar
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1
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
AUTHOR
Mir Hatef
Seyyedvalilu
s.hatef90@ms.tabrizu.ac.ir
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Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1]. Rennie T.J, Raghavan G.S.V. Laminar parallel flow in a tube-in-tube helical heat exchange; AIC2002 Meeting CSAE/SCGR Program, Saskatchwan.14-17; 2002.
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[3]. Rennie T.J, Raghavan G.S.V. Experimental studies of a double pipe helical heat exchanger; Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 919-924, 2005.
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[4]. Rennie T.J, Raghavan G.S.V. Effect of fluid thermal properties on the heat transfer characteristics in a double-pipe helical heat exchanger; I.J. of Thermal Sciences, volume 45, 1158-1165, 2006.
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[5]. Han J. T, Lin C. X, Ebadian M. A. Condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of R-134a in an annular helical pipe; International communications in heat and mass transfer, volume 32, 1307-1316, 2005.
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[6]. Kumar V, Saini S, Sharma M, Nigam K. D. P. Pressure drop and heat transfer study in tube-in-tube helical heat exchanger; Chemical Engineering Science, volume61, 4403-4416, 2006.
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[7]. Lin C. X, Ebadian M. A. Condensation heat transfer and pressure drop of R-134a in annular helicoidal pipe at different orientations; International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Volume50, 4256-4264, 2007.
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[8]. Kumar V, Faizee B, Mridha M, Nigam K. D. P. Numerical studies of a tube-in-tube helically coiled heat exchanger; Chemical Engineering and Processing, volume 47,2287-2295, 2008.
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[9]. Garrido D. C, Castelazo E. S, Hernandez J.A, Valladares O. G. Siqueiros J. Romero D.J. Heat transfer of a helical double-pipe a vertical evaporator; Theoretical Analysis &Experimental validation, App. Energy, 2008.
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[10]. Xiaowen Yi, Lee W.L. The use of helical heat exchanger for heat recovery domestic water-cooled air-conditioner; Energy conversion and management, volume50, 240-246, 2009.
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[11]. Xin RC, Awwad A, Dong Z.F, Ebadian M. A. An Experimental study of single-phase and two-phase flow pressure drops in annular helicoidal pipes; International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Volume18, 482-488, 1997.
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[12]. Petrakis M. A., Karahalios G. T. Exponentially decaying flow in a gently curved annular pipe; International Journal of None-linear Mechanics, 823-835, 1997.
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[13]. Petrakis M. A., Karahalios G. T. Fluid flow behavior in a curved annular conduit; International Journal of None-linear Mechanics, Volume 34, 13-25, 1999.
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[14]. Han J. T, Lin C.X, Ebadian M. A. Condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of R-134a in an annular helical pipe; International Communications in Heat & Mass Transfer, volume 32, 1307-1316, 2005.
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[15]. Reza Beigzadeh, Masoud Rahimi. Prediction of heat transfer and flow characteristics in helically coiled tubes using artificial neural networks; International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, volume 32, 1279–1285, 2012.
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[16]. Massimiliano Di Liberto, Michele Ciofalo. A study of turbulent heat transfer in curved pipes by numerical simulation; International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 112–125, 2013.
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[17]. Gabriela Huminic, Angel Huminic. Heat transfer characteristics in double tube helical heat exchangers using nanofluids; International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 4280–4287, 2011.
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[19]. B. Xavier, T. Xavier, P. philippe, B. Philippe. Comparison of tetrahedral and hexahedral meshe for organ finite element modeling: an application to kidney impact.
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[20]. Jayakumar J. S, Mahajani S. M, Mandal J. C, Vijayan P. K, Bhoi R. Experimental and CFD estimation of heat transfer in helically coiled heat exchangers. Chemical Engineering Research and Design; 86:221-232, 2008.
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Numerical modelling of double-diffusive natural convection within an arc shaped enclosure filled with a porous medium
Numerical study of double-diffusive natural convective heat transfer in a curved cavity filledwith a porous medium has been carried out in the current study. Polar system has beenselected as coordinate system. As a result, all equations have been discredited in r and θdirections. Brinkmann extended Darcy model has been utilized to express fluid flow inporous matrix in the enclosure. Smaller and larger curved walls are supposed to be hot andcold sources, respectively. Other two walls are insulated. The numerical solution has beenobtained based on the finite volume methodology via staggered grid system, which will beexplained in detail in its respective section. Finally, at the result section the effects of allpertinent parameters i.e. Grashof number, Lewis number, Darcy number, and Buoyancy ratioon the fluid motion and medium thermal behavior have been illustratively discussed. Resultsreveal that an increasing in Lewis number has a negative effect on heat transfer, while it hasa positive impact on mass transfer. It is also seen that the flow intensity is increased bydecreasing Lewis number. In addition, it is observed that for the aiding flow case, averageNu and Sh numbers decrease with increasing buoyancy ratio, while for opposing flow casesNu and Sh augment with decreasing buoyancy ratio.
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FVM method
Double-diffusive convection
Arc-shaped cavity
porous media
Ariyan
Zare Ghadi
azghadi@semnan.ac.ir
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1
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ali
Haghighi Asl
ahaghighi@semnan.ac.ir
true
2
Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
AUTHOR
Mohammad Sadegh
Valipour
msvalipour@semnan.ac.ir
true
3
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
AUTHOR
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[6]. P. Nithiarasu, T. Sundararajan, K.N. Seetharamu, Double-diffusive natural convection in a fluid saturated porous cavity with a freely convecting wall, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 24 (8) (1997) 1121–1130.
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[7]. V.A.F. Costa,Double-diffusive natural convection in parallelogrammic enclosures filled with fluid saturated porous media, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 47 (2004) 2699–2714
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[9]. A.J. Chamkha, A. Al-Mudhaf, Double-diffusive natural convection in inclined porous cavities with various aspect ratios and temperature-dependent heat source or sink, Heat and Mass Transfer/Waerme- und Stoffuebertragung 44 (6) (2008) 679–693.
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[10]. J.T. Vander Der Eyden, TH. H. Van Der Meer, K. Hanjalic, E. Biezen, J. Bruining, Double-diffusive natural convection in trapezoidal enclosuresm International Journal of Heat and Mass transfer, 41 (13) (1998), 1885-1898.
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[11]. M. Bourich, M. Hasnaoui, A. Amahmid, Double-diffusive natural convection in a porous enclosure partially heated from below and differentially salted, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 25 (2004) 1034–1046.
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[12]. M.A. Teamah, M.M.Khairat Dawood, M. El-Maghlany, Double-diffusive natural convection in a square cavity with segmental heat sources, European Journal of Scientific Research, 54 (2) (2011), 287-301.
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[13]. R. El Ayachi, A. Raji, M. Hasnaoui, A. Abdelbaki, M. Naimi, Resonance of double-diffusive convection in a porous medium heated with a sinusoidal exciting temperature, Journal of Applied fluid Mechanics, 3 (2) (2010), 43-52.
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[14]. M. Bourich, A. Amahmid, M. Hasnaoui, Double-diffusive convection in a porous enclosure submitted to cross gradients of temperature and concentration, Energy Conversion and Management, 45 (2004), 1655–1670.
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[15]. M.A. Teamah, Double-diffusive laminar natural convection in a symmetrical trapezoidal enclosure, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 45 (3) (2006), 251-263.
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[16]. A. Belazizia, S. Benissaad, S. Abboudi, Double-diffusion natural convection of binary fluid in a square enclosure with top Active vertical wall, Advances in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 5 (3) (2012), 119-131.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Numerical simulation of turbulent compressible flows in a C-D nozzle with different divergence angles
Compressible gas flow inside a convergent-divergent nozzle and its exhaust plume atdifferent nozzle pressure ratios (NPR) have been numerically studied with severalturbulence models. The numerical results reveal that, the SST k–ω model give the bestresults compared with other models in time and accuracy. The effect of changes in value ofdivergence half-angle (ε ) on the nozzle performance, thrust coefficient ( Cf ) anddischarge coefficient ( C d) has been investigated numerically. The predicted results showthat for a given divergence angle, the thrust coefficient (Cf ) increases by increasing nozzlepressure ratio. Also, for a given nozzle pressure ratio, the thrust coefficient increases as thenozzle divergence angle decreases. When the CD nozzle is chocking, the value of dischargecoefficient is independent of nozzle pressure ratio and also for a given nozzle pressure ratio,the discharge coefficient increases as the divergence nozzle angle (ε) increases.
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Numerical simulation
converging-diverging nozzle
Divergence angle
Thrust coefficient
Discharge Coefficient
Static temperature
Mohammad Hadi
Hamedi Estakhrsar
hadihamedi20@gmail.com
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1
Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
AUTHOR
Mehdi
Jahromi
jahromi@iust.ac.ir
true
2
Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1]. K. K. Quintao, Design Optimization of Nozzle Shapes for Maximum Uniformity of Exit Flow,Florida International University,M.S. Thesis, (2012).
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[2]. A. M. Geatz, A Prediction Code for the Thrust Performance of Two Dimensional, Non-Axisymmetric, Converging Diverging Nozzles,Air Force Institute of Technology,PH.D Thesis, (2005).
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[3]. Q. Xiao, H.M. Tsai , D. Papamoschou, Numerical Study of Jet Plume Instability from an Over-expanded Nozzle, 45th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Nevada, AIAA, (2007).
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[4]. A.Hamed,C.Vogiatzist, Over-expanded Two-Dimensional Convergent-Divergent Nozzle Performance, Effects of Three-Dimensional Flow Interactions, Journal ofPropulsion and Power,14, 234-240, (1998).
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[5]. A.Hamed, C.Vogiatzist, Three-Dimensional Flow Computations and Thrust Predictions in 2DCD Over-expanded Nozzles, AIAA paper 97-0030, (1997).
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[6]. A. Balabel, A.M. Hegab, S. Wilson, M. Nasr, S. El-Behery, Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Gas Flow in a Solid Rocket Motor Nozzle, 13th International Conference on Aerospace Science and Aviation Technology, Egypt, (2009).
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[7]. N. J. Georgiadis, D. Papamoschou, Computational Investigation of High-Speed Dual Stream Jets, AIAA 2003-3311, (2003).
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[13]. R. A. Ahmad, Discharge Coefficients and Heat Transfer for Axisymmetric Supersonic Nozzles. Heat Transfer Eng, 22, 40–61, (2001).
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[16]. V.S,Krishnamurty, W.Shyy, Effect of Wall Roughness on the Flow through Converging-Diverging Nozzles, Journal of Propulsion and Power, 13, 753-762, (1997).
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Removal of copper ions from aqueous solutions using polypyrrole and its nanocomposites
In this article, preparation of polypyrrole and its nanocomposites as adsorbents werediscussed and the capability of separation of copper ions from aqueous solution were studied.Polypyrrole was prepared by chemical oxidative polymerization method of pyrrole usingFeCl3 as an oxidant. The removal of Cu (II) was investigated using PPy, PPy/TiO2 andPPy/TiO2/DHSNa nanocomposites. The products were investigated in terms of morphologyand chemical structure with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Fourier-transforminfrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Batch studies were performed to evaluate the influence ofvarious experimental parameters such as pH, ion dosage and contact time. Optimumconditions for copper ions removal were found to be pH 3, ion dosage of 50 mg L-1 and theequilibrium time equals to 30 minutes. It was also found that the equilibrium adsorptionisotherm was better described by Freundlich adsorption isotherm model.
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Polypyrrole
Nanocomposite
Morphology
Cu (II) removal
Somayeh
Nobahar
somayenobahar@yahoo.com
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School of Chemical, Petroleum, and Gas Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran.
School of Chemical, Petroleum, and Gas Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran.
School of Chemical, Petroleum, and Gas Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran.
AUTHOR
Mehdi
Parvini
m.parvini@sun.semnan.ac.ir
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School of Chemical, Petroleum, and Gas Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran.
School of Chemical, Petroleum, and Gas Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran.
School of Chemical, Petroleum, and Gas Engineering, Semnan University,Semnan, Iran.
LEAD_AUTHOR
Hossein
Eisazadeh
eisazadeh@hotmail.com
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Chemical Engineering Department, Shomal University, Amol, Iran.
Chemical Engineering Department, Shomal University, Amol, Iran.
Chemical Engineering Department, Shomal University, Amol, Iran.
AUTHOR
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Investigation of the thermo-hydraulic behavior of the fluid flow over a square ribbed channel
The thermo-hydraulic behavior of the air flow over a two dimensional ribbed channel wasnumerically investigated in various rib-width ratio configurations (B/H=0.5-1.75) atdifferent Reynolds numbers, ranging from 6000 to 18000. The capability of differentturbulence models, including standard k-ε, RNG k-ε, standard k-ω, and SST k-ω, inpredicting the heat transfer rate was compared with the experimental results and it wasshowed that the k-ε turbulent models best adapt with the measured data. Four mainparameters, namely, the Nusselt number, friction factor, skin friction factor, and the thermalenhancement factor were examined through the simulations. Results indicate that anincrease in the Reynolds number caused the Nusselt number to increase and the frictionfactor to drop. It was found that the thermal enhancement factor augmented by an increasein the Reynolds number, and also, for a wider rib, i.e. at the higher the B/H ratio, a lowerthermal enhancement factor was obtained.
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Turbulent flow
Ribbed channel
Heat transfer
Pressure drop
Thermal-enhancement
Ali
Sarreshtedari
sarreshtehdari@gmail.com
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School of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Shahrood, Shahrood, Semnan, Iran.
School of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Shahrood, Shahrood, Semnan, Iran.
School of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Shahrood, Shahrood, Semnan, Iran.
LEAD_AUTHOR
Alireza
Zamani Aghaee
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School of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Shahrood, Shahrood, Semnan, Iran.
School of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Shahrood, Shahrood, Semnan, Iran.
School of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Shahrood, Shahrood, Semnan, Iran.
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