Experimental and Numerical Study to Enhance of Heat Transfer Coefficient in Air Flow Using Microchannel

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Jalal M. Jalil Ghada A. Aziz Amjed A. Kadhim

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Experimental and numerical study of fluid flow and heat transfer in microchannel airflow is investigated. The study covers changing the cooling of micro-channel for the velocities and heater powers. The dimensions of the microchannel were, length = 0.1m, width = 0.001m, height = 0.0005 m. The experimental and numerical results were compared with the previous paper for velocities up to 20 m/s and heater powers up to 5 W and the comparison was acceptable. In this paper, the results were extended numerically for velocities up to 60 m/s. The numerical solution used finite volume (SIMPLE algorithm) to solve Navier Stokes equations (continuity, momentum and energy). The results show that the heat transfer coefficient increases up to 220 W/m2 oC for velocity 60 m/s.

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J. Jalil, G. Aziz, and A. Kadhim, “Experimental and Numerical Study to Enhance of Heat Transfer Coefficient in Air Flow Using Microchannel”, JUBES, vol. 26, no. 7, pp. 112 - 123, Jul. 2018.
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