Monte Carlo Simulation of Radiative Heat Transfer in Coarse Fibrous Media

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Eugen Nisipeanu

Fluent, Inc., Evanston, IL

Peter D. Jones

Mechanical Engineering Department, Auburn University, AL 36849

J. Heat Transfer 125(4), 748-752 (Jul 17, 2003) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1571092 History: Received January 24, 2002; Revised February 13, 2003; Online July 17, 2003
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Generation of randomly oriented cylindrical fibers
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Three dimensional view of a fibrous medium
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Comparison between Monte Carlo solutions for continuous media with various fiber orientations, and the experimental data of Tong et al. (1983)
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Comparison of Monte Carlo solutions for fibers modeled as infinitely long, randomly oriented cylinders, and suspended spheres



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