Two Dimensional Convection and Radiation with Scattering from a Poiseuille Flow
Two-dimensional combined convection and radiation heat transfer from a gray scattering fluid in a reflecting channel is considered. The model, represented by a set of simultaneous nonlinear integro-partial differential equations, is solved numerically. The effects of aspect ratio, conduction-radiation parameter, scattering albedo, and wall emissivity, are systematically investigated. It is found that these parameters have a significant influence on the temperature field and alter the radiative and convective fluxes at the hot and cold walls. In particular, when radiation effects are considerable, the heat-transfer characteristics of the fluid at the hot and cold walls are very different.
Journal of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Kassemi, M. and Chung, Benjamin T.F., "Two Dimensional Convection and Radiation with Scattering from a Poiseuille Flow" (1990). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Research. 1076.