Transient Double Diffusive Convection in a Vertical Enclosure With Asymmetrical Boundary Conditions

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S. Mergui, D. Gobin

FAST–UMR CNRS 7608 (Universities Paris VI and Paris XI), Campus Universitaire, Ba⁁timent 502, 91405 Orsay Cedex, France

J. Heat Transfer 122(3), 598-601 (Apr 11, 2000) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1286673 History: Received August 06, 1999; Revised April 11, 2000
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Grahic Jump Location
Time evolution of the streamlines (a), isotherms (b), and isopleths (c) (A=3,Pr=10,Le=210,RaT=9×105,N=−22)
Grahic Jump Location
Time evolution of the average heat transfer at the cold and hot walls (A=3,Pr=10,Le=210,RaT=9×105)
Grahic Jump Location
Time evolution of the average heat transfer at the cold and hot walls (A=3,Pr=10,Le=210,RaT=2.5×106,N=−8)
Grahic Jump Location
Local Nusselt number distribution at the cold wall along the thermal cell at different times (A=3,Pr=10,Le=210,RaT=9×105,N=−8)
Grahic Jump Location
Time evolution of the average mass transfer at the cold wall (A=3,Pr=10,Le=210,Ras=4.2×109)



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