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Benchmark Studies for the Generalized Streamwise Periodic Heat Transfer Problem

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Steven B. Beale

 National Research Council of Canada, Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON, K1Y 0A5, Canadasteven.beale@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

J. Heat Transfer 130(11), 114502 (Aug 29, 2008) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2955477 History: Received October 15, 2007; Revised March 04, 2008; Published August 29, 2008

This is a comparison of calculations performed with a scheme for handling streamwise-periodic boundary conditions with known solutions to the common problem of fully developed heat transfer in a plane duct. Constant value, constant flux, mixed boundary conditions, and linear wall flux (conjugate heat transfer) are all considered. Agreement is, in every case, near exact showing that the methodology may be applied with confidence to complex engineering problems with a variety of thermal wall boundary conditions.

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Example of streamwise-periodic geometry showing unit cell geometry for (a) offset fin and (b) plane duct showing the mesh and boundary conditions

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Boundary condition implementation showing (a) jump boundary condition at the inlet/exit and (b) wall boundary notation

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Comparison of the present work with the expression of Shah and London (6) for Case 2(c)

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Comparison of the present work with the data of Sideman (5) for Case 4(a)

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