Convection Heat Transfer Analysis in A Vertical Porous Tube

Authors

  • Hikmat N. Abdulkareem Al-Ma'moon university collage, Baghdad Iraq
  • Kifah H. Hilal Technical engineering collage, Baghdad Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31185/ejuow.Vol8.Iss1.153

Keywords:

Forced convection, porous media, spherical particle, vertical tube, constant heat flux.

Abstract

Forced convective heat transfer in a vertical channel symmetrically heated with a constant heat flux, and packed with saturated porous media, has been investigated experimentally in the present work. The channel was padded with spherical glass of three diameter (1, 3 and 10 mm) in a range 0.0416 < (particle diameter / inner channel radius) <0.416. The experimental setup, using a copper tube as a packed bed assembly with (48 mm) inside diameter and (1150 mm) heated length with a constant heat flux boundary condition. The test section was vertically oriented with water flowing against gravity and packed with glass spheres (1, 3 and 10 mm) diameter respectively. The results show that local Nusselt number increased at 34% with increasing Reynolds number at 65% while increased at 11% with increasing heat flux at 71%. Heat transfer rate increase as the particle diameter increase at the range of (1 – 3) mm but decrease with increasing particle diameter at the range (3 – 10) mm. Pressure drop through channel minimize at 97% as porosity increase at 23%.Many empirical relations, obtained experimentally.

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Published

2020-07-05

How to Cite

Abdulkareem, H. N. ., & Hilal, K. H. . (2020). Convection Heat Transfer Analysis in A Vertical Porous Tube. Wasit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 8(1), 31-45. https://doi.org/10.31185/ejuow.Vol8.Iss1.153

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Mechanical Engineering