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Enhancement of Heat Transfer Rate using V-Pin Fins by CFD Analysis


Pathan Firoj Jalal , SND COE &EC,YEOLA,NASHIK; Abhijit Rajole, SND COE &RC,YEOLA; Kailas Pardeshi, SND COE &RC,YEOLA; Navnath Khokle, SND COE &RC,YEOLA; Prof. Manoj Ganage, SND COE &RC,YEOLA


Fins, Biot Number, Relative Humidity, ANASYS 15.0


Perforated V-pin fin array with various fin spacing, perforation angle, and perforation diameter, pitch of perforation and heater inputs. The variables for this natural convection cooling with the help of finned surfaces are orientation and geometry. All the electronic components release heat during their operation which must be transferred tothe surrounding for the its proper and intended operation and to avoid the damage of the equipment. The main aim of extended surfaces is to limit the maximum temperature in the metallic walls. Hence increase the possibility of using the least refractory material and minimizing the material and processing cost. Generally, the extended surfaces (fins) are made up of the materials having high conductivity like aluminum. The heat transfer will depend on the geometry of the fin like length thickness, cross sectional area, width, spacing between the fins and the operating parameters such as heat supplied to the device, material of the fin, orientation of the fins, temperature difference between the fin and surrounding, number of fins, fin array orientation etc .as the electronic devices and engines developed, heat generated from them increases and while the surface area of the electronic equipment decreases continuously.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I20722
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2018
Page(s): 1098-1101

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