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An investigation on an unsteady MHD natural convection flow with radiative heat transfer of a viscous, incompressible, electrically conducting and optically thick fluid past an impulsively moving vertical plate with ramped temperature in a porous medium in the presence of a Hall current and thermal diffusion is carried out. An exact solution of momentum and energy equations, under Boussinesq and Rosseland approximations, is obtained in a closed form by the Laplace transform technique for both ramped temperature and isothermal plates. Expressions for the skin friction and Nusselt number for both ramped temperature and isothermal plates are also derived. The numerical values of fluid velocity and fluid temperature are displayed graphically versus the boundary layer coordinate y for various values of pertinent flow parameters for both ramped temperature and isothermal plates. The numerical values of the skin friction due to primary and secondary flows are presented in tabular form for various values of pertinent flow parameters.
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The paper discusses the properties of the nonlinear thermodiffusion equation corresponding to the diffusion processes, which occur with a finite velocity. In the previous papers, A. J. Janavičius proposed the nonlinear diffusion equation with the diffusion coefficient directly proportional to the concentration of impurities. This equation provides a more exact description of the profiles of impurities in Si crystals. The heat transfer in gases carries a greater average kinetic energy based on nonlinear diffusion of gas molecules from hot regions to the coldest ones with a finite velocity by random Brownian motions. In this case, the heat transfer in gases can be described by using nonlinear thermodiffusion equation with heat transfer and thermodiffusion coefficients directly proportional to temperature T. The obtained approximate analytical solutions are successfully applied in defining temperature profiles and heat transfer coefficients in gases as well as providing opportunities for practical applications. It has been concluded that heat spreading in gases depends on temperature differences and pressure in gases.
The paper presents the results from a study of the thermo-physical properties of a new synthetic acrylic polymer used as material in road construction and as concrete on its basis. For the purposes of the study, the Modified Transient Plane Source Method (MTPS) was used. Data on the following thermal characteristics were obtained: thermal conductivity coefficient, thermal effusion, thermal diffusion and specific thermal capacity. A comparative analysis was made with the analogous indicators of conventional petroleum bitumen and asphalt concrete. The results of the study can be used for a more precise calculation and prognosis of temperature deformations and thermal stresses, as well as the crack propensity at low temperatures in asphalt concretes.
K.V. Prasad, H. Vaidya, K. Vajravelu, P.S. Datti and V. Umesh
The present analysis is focused on the study of the magnetic effect on coupled heat and mass transfer by mixed convection boundary layer flow over a slender cylinder in the presence of a chemical reaction. The buoyancy effect due to thermal diffusion and species diffusion is investigated. Employing suitable similarity transformations, the governing equations are transformed into a system of coupled non-linear ordinary differential equations and are solved numerically via the implicit, iterative, second order finite difference method. The numerical results obtained are compared with the available results in the literature for some special cases and the results are found to be in excellent agreement. The velocity, temperature, and the concentration profiles are presented graphically and analyzed for several sets of the pertinent parameters. The pooled effect of the thermal and mass Grashof number is to enhance the velocity and is quite the opposite for temperature and the concentration fields.
Pamela Miśkiewicz, Iwona Frydrych and Magdalena Tokarska
The layer of aerogel was applied to the surface of basalt fabric due to the possibility of improving a fabric protecting against the influence of hot environmental factors. The analysis of aerogel surface roughness and thickness of the obtained sample, resistance to contact heat for the contact temperature between 100°C and 250°C, and tests of resistance to the penetration of thermal radiation were carried out. In addition, thermal conductivity, thermal resistance, thermal diffusion, thermal absorption, and surface roughness were determined. The obtained results indicate the unevenness of aerogel application on the surface of basalt fabric. For this reason, work should be carried out on an appropriate technology that will allow them to be applied evenly on the surface of the fabric. The parameters tested and the results obtained are promising in terms of the possibility of using the fabric obtained in protective gloves.