9th International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (ICCHMT2016),A theoretical, numerical and experimental verification of the Reynolds thermal transpiration law ,An efficient solving method for nonlinear convection diffusion equation,Application of cellular automata and Lattice Boltzmann methods for modelling of additive layer manufacturing ,Application of discrete fourier transform to inverse heat conduction problem regularization,Bubble flow simulations using the Intersection Marker (ISM) interface tracking method.,Effect of viscous dissipation on forced convection for laminar flow through a straight regular polygonal duct using BEM method,Effectiveness in incorporating Brownian and thermophoresis effects in modelling convective flow of water-Al2O3 nanoparticles ,Fuzzy logic and bed-to-wall heat transfer in a large-scale CFBC,Hybrid atomistic-continuum multiscale method for fluid flow with density variation in microchannels,Identification of three-dimensional transient temperature fields in thick-walled elements using the inverse method,Indirect measurement of the flow rate based upon a solution of an inverse coefficient problem,Numerical modeling transient response of tubular cross flow heat exchanger ,Numerical study of air convection in a rectangular enclosure with two isothermal blocks and oscillating bottom wall temperature,Semi-empirical heat transfer correlations for turbulent tube flow of liquid metals,Small to large scale mixed turbulent convection: buildings application,The solution of a two-dimensional inverse heat transfer problem using two methods: the Trefftz method and the Beck method
9th International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (2016) Description
9th International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (2016)
This Special Issue presents 16 papers selected from IX-th International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (ICCHMT2016) held in Cracow, Poland, 23-26 May 2016. The Conference Topics included: Discrete methods, Lattice Boltzmann method, Molecular dynamics simulations, Monte Carlo method, Cellular automata, Recent developments on Navier-Stokes equations solvers, Validation of computational methods, Multi-phases, gas-liquid, liquid-solid, etc.; Solidification and melting, Complex chemical reaction modelling, Reactive flows and combustion, Internal flow and heat transfer, Double-diffusive convection, Porous Media Heat Transfer, Heat Exchangers, Steam and Gas Turbines and other relevant topics related to computational heat and mass transfer. Selected peer-reviewed papers related to the numerical modelling of heat and fluid flow processes were selected for publication in this Special Issue of International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow.