9781560325659

Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, Volume 2

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    9781560325659

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    1560325658

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-12-05
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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Summary

With contributions from leading experts, this second volume in the series strikes a balance between generic and specific fundamentals and generic and specific applications. After opening with a broad overview of the field of high-performance scientific computing and its role in fluid flow and heat transfer problems, the book goes on to cover such topics as: unstructured meshes; spectral element method; use of the finite volume method for the numerical solution of radiative heat transfer problems; heat conduction and the use of the boundary element method for both steady and unsteady problems; special numerical issues related to solving microscale heat transfer problems; the Monte Carlo Method; flow and heat transfer in porous media; and the thermal management of electronic systems.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Contributors xi
High-Performance Computing for Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer
D.W. Pepper
J.M. Lombardo
Introduction
1(7)
Architecture
8(7)
Programming
15(2)
Clusters and Networks of Workstations
17(3)
Applications
20(12)
Future of High-Performance Computing
32(1)
References
33(4)
Unstructured Finite Volume Methods for Multi-Mode Heat Transfer
S.R. Mathur
J.Y. Murphy
Introduction
37(1)
Review
38(2)
Finite Volume Formulation
40(7)
Energy Equation
47(4)
Radiation Heat Transfer
51(11)
Multigrid Scheme
62(4)
Closure
66(1)
Acknowledgments
66(1)
References
67(4)
Spectral Element Methods for Unsteady Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Complex Geometries: Methodology and Applications
C.H. Amon
Introduction
71(2)
Mathematical Formulation
73(2)
Discretization
75(8)
Applications
83(21)
Acknowledgments
104(1)
References
105(4)
Finite-Volume Method for Radiation Heat Transfer
J.C. Chai
S.V. Patankar
Introduction
109(1)
Governing Equations and Related Quantities
110(2)
The Convection-Diffusion Equation and the Radiative Transfer Equation
112(1)
The Flux, Discrete-Ordinates and Finite-Volume Methods
113(6)
Domain Discretization
119(1)
Derivation of the Discretization Equation
120(6)
Treatment of Irregular Geometries
126(3)
Control-Angle Overlap
129(2)
Spatial Difference Schemes
131(2)
Ray Concentration Error, Ray Effect and False Scattering
133(2)
Advanced Topics
135(1)
Concluding Remarks
136(1)
Nomenclature
137(1)
References
138(5)
Boundary Element Methods for Heat Conduction
A.J. Kassab
L.C. Wrobel
Introduction
143(1)
Heat Conduction
144(2)
Transient Problems
146(3)
Nonlinear Problems
149(12)
BEM Solution of Hyperbolic Heat Conduction
161(5)
BEM Application to Inverse Problems in Heat Conduction
166(14)
Conclusion
180(1)
References
181(8)
Molecular Dynamics Method for Microscale Heat Transfer
S. Maruyama
Introduction
189(1)
Molecular Dynamics Method
190(13)
Liquid-Vapor Interface
203(4)
Solid-Liquid-Vapor Interactions
207(5)
Non-Equilibrium Simulations
212(5)
Future Directions
217(1)
Nomenclature
218(2)
References
220(7)
Numerical Methods in Microscale Heat Transfer: Modeling of Phase-Change and Laser Interactions with Materials
C.P. Grigoropoulos
M. Ye
Introduction
227(1)
Models
227(7)
Applications
234(16)
Conclusions
250(2)
Acknowledgment
252(1)
References
252(7)
Current Status of the Use of Parallel Computing in Turbulent Reacting Flows: Computations Involving Sprays, Scalar Monte Carlo Probability Density Function and Unstructured Grids
M.S. Raju
Introduction
259(2)
Governing Equations for the Gas Phase
261(1)
Scalar Joint PDF Equation
262(2)
Liquid-Phase Equations
264(2)
Details of Droplet Fuel Injection
266(2)
CFD Solution Algorithm
268(1)
PDF Solution Algorithm
268(5)
Spray Solution Algorithm
273(3)
Coupling Between the Three Solvers
276(1)
Parallelization
277(6)
Concluding Remarks
283(1)
Acknowledgment
284(1)
Nomenclature
285(2)
References
287(4)
Overview of Current Computational Studies of Heat Transfer in Porous Media and Their Applications-Forced Convection and Multiphase Heat Transfer
H. Hadim
K. Vafai
Introduction
291(1)
Forced Convection in Porous Media
292(21)
Multiphase Transport in Porous Media
313(8)
Conclusions
321(1)
References
321(10)
Overview of Current Computational Studies of Heat Transfer in Porous Media and Their Applications-Natural and Mixed Convection
K. Vafai
H. Hadim
Introduction
331(1)
Natural Convection in Porous Media
332(22)
Mixed Convection in Porous Media
354(4)
Conclusions
358(1)
References
358(13)
Recent Progress and Some Challenges in Thermal Modeling of Electronic Systems
Y. Joshi
Introduction
371(2)
The Hierarchical Nature of Electronic Systems and Their Thermal Modeling
373(2)
Conjugate Transport Modeling
375(11)
Reduced or Compact Models
386(1)
Integrated Multi-Scale Modeling
387(13)
Challenges in System Modeling
400(1)
Nomenclature
401(1)
References
402(5)
Index 407

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