Advances in heat transfer enhancement -- Part 2

Advances in heat transfer enhancement -- Part 2

The special issue titled "Advances in Heat Transfer Enhancement" aimed to publish the latest studies in the field of thermal engineering by emphasizing techniques for heat transfer enhancement. The selected papers evaluate the role of both passive and active techniques such as magnetic field, oscillators, baffles, and nanofluids on heat transfer enhancement.

A cylindrical insert for parabolic trough solar collector,Computational fluid dynamics and laminar heat transfer of Water/Cu nanofluid in ribbed microchannel with a two-phase approach,Effect of tilt angle on the multi-pipe channel with sinusoidal/curved walls- numerical modelling based on finite volume method ,Electromagnetic field analysis and cooling system design for high power switched reluctance motor,Heat generating porous matrix effects on Brownian motion of nanofluid,Heat transfer enhancement in solidification process by change of fins arrangements in a heat exchanger containing phase-change materials,Heat transfer enhancement of circular and square LED geometry ,Heat transfer of incompressible flow in a rotating microchannel with slip boundary conditions of second order,Impact of partial slip on mixed convective flow towards a Riga plate comprising micropolar TiO2-kerosene/water nanoparticles ,Investigating the effect of nanoparticles diameter on turbulent flow and heat transfer properties of non-Newtonian carboxymethyl cellulose/CuO fluid in a microtube,Investigation of laminar fluid flow and heat transfer of nanofluid in trapezoidal microchannel with different aspect ratios ,Magneto-hydrodynamic natural convection of CuO-water nanofluid in complex shaped enclosure considering various nanoparticle shapes,Modeling and analysis of solar air channels with attachments of different shapes,Numerical study on flow over a confined oscillating cylinder with a splitter plate,Simulation the effects of cross-flow injection on the slip velocity and temperature domain of a nanofluid flow inside a microchannel,Slip velocity and temperature jump of a non-Newtonian nanofluid, aqueous solution of Carboxy-methyl Cellulose/Aluminum Oxide nanoparticles, through a microtube

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