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2D Roughness, 3D Roughness and Roughness Applications

  • Sujoy Kumar Saha
  • Hrishiraj Ranjan
  • Madhu Sruthi Emani
  • Anand Kumar Bharti
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology book series (BRIEFSAPPLSCIENCES)

Abstract

The heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of flow in channels with 2D roughness, 3D roughness and various roughness applications have been presented in this chapter. The thermo-hydraulic performance of various roughness elements such as corrugations, ribs, grooves and dimples has been discussed in detail.

Keywords

2D and 3D roughness Corrugated channels Grooves Dimples Ribs Wire ribs Machine ribs and dimple/protrusion ribs 

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  • Sujoy Kumar Saha
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  • Hrishiraj Ranjan
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  • Madhu Sruthi Emani
    • 1
  • Anand Kumar Bharti
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  1. 1.Mechanical Engineering DepartmentIndian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, ShibpurHowrahIndia

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