A new double hybrid computer system to analyse natural convection heat transfer

Sönmez, Murat


An investigation of laminar natural convective heat transfer around a U-Shaped body.
Paykoç, Ediz; Göğüş, Yalçın; Selamoğlu, Suha; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1981)
Analysis of laminar natural convective heat transfer in a triangular enclosure
Al-Shariah, Adnan M; Ecevit, Ahmet; Department of Physics (1990)
Extended scattering delay networks incorporating arbitrarily shaped rooms and edge diffraction
Pekçetin, Serkan; Hacıhabiboğlu, Hüseyin; Department of Modeling and Simulation (2016)
In order to achieve immersion in computer games, room acoustics models are often employed. Due to highly computational cost involved in full-scale room simulation, artificial reverberators are commonly used. Scattering Delay Network is such a reverberator that can run at interactive rates. The reverberator relies on geometrical acoustics to render first-order reflections correctly while it offers a convincing approximation in higher order reflections. The original model was exclusively proposed for shoebox ...
Performance of rectangular fins on a vertical base in free convection heat transfer
Yazıcıoğlu, Burak; Yüncü, Hafit; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2005)
The steady-state natural convection heat transfer from vertical rectangular fins extending perpendicularly from vertical rectangular base was investigated experimentally. The effects of geometric parameters and base-to-ambient temperature difference on the heat transfer performance of fin arrays were observed and the optimum fin separation values were determined. Two similar experimental set-ups were employed during experiments in order to take measurements from 30 different fin configurations having fin le...
Numerical simulation of thermal convection under the influence of a magnetic field by using solenoidal bases
Yarımpabuç, Durmuş; Tarman, Işık Hakan; Department of Engineering Sciences (2011)
The effect of an imposed magnetic field on the thermal convection between rigid plates heated from below under the influence of gravity is numerically simulated in a computational domain with periodic horizontal extent. The numerical technique is based on solenoidal basis functions satisfying the boundary conditions for both velocity and induced magnetic field. The expansion bases for the thermal field are also constructed to satisfy the boundary conditions. The governing partial differential equations are ...
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M. Sönmez, “A new double hybrid computer system to analyse natural convection heat transfer,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1995.