G-jitter fully developed heat transfer by mixed convection flow of nanofluid in a vertical channel
Keywords:G-Jitter, Heat Transfer, Mixed Convection, Nanofluid, Analytical Solution
In this study, the effect of g-jitter fully developed heat transfer by mixed convection flow of nanofluid in a vertical channel is investigated. The nanoparticles of aluminum oxide and copper with water as a base fluid are used in this study. The equations corresponding to this study are solved analytically to find the exact solutions. The results of velocity and temperature profiles with the influence of physical parameters such as mixed convection, oscillation, temperature ratio and volume fraction of the nanoparticles are plotted and analyze in details. The behavior of steady state flow is also investigated. Results shown that as mixed convection, oscillation, and temperature ratio increased, the velocity profiles increased. The conductivity and viscosity of the nanofluid are also increased due to the increase of the volume fraction of nanoparticles in the water base fluid.
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