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Title: The effect of time delay of fluid flow in a vascularized plate
Authors: Yenigün, Onur
Coşkun, Turgay
Çetkin, Erdal
Yenigün, Onur
Coşkun, Turgay
Çetkin, Erdal
Keywords: Termodinamik
İnşaat ve Yapı Teknolojisi
Enerji ve Yakıtlar
Mühendislik, Biyotıp
Mühendislik, Kimya
İnşaat Mühendisliği
Mühendislik, Jeoloji
İmalat Mühendisliği
Mühendislik, Makine
Jeokimya ve Jeofizik
Malzeme Bilimleri, Biyomalzemeler
Malzeme Bilimleri, Seramik
Malzeme Bilimleri, Özellik ve Test
Malzeme Bilimleri, Kaplamalar ve Filmler
Malzeme Bilimleri, Kompozitler
Malzeme Bilimleri, Kâğıt ve Ahşap
Malzeme Bilimleri, Tekstil
Metalürji Mühendisliği
Nanobilim ve Nanoteknoloji
Polimer Bilimi
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: MIM Research Group
Abstract: In this study, we show the effect of time delay of coolant fluid flow into a vascularized plate on the peak temperature. Coolant flows along vascular channels which were embedded in a rectangular plate. Two kinds of vascular channel designs were investigated experimentally: parallel and tree-shaped. In the study, the peak temperatures were monitored and the coolant was pumped when the peak temperature reaches to 50°C, 70°C and 90°C. The performance comparison of two distinct designs is based on two criteria: the time required for the steady state condition after the coolant is pumped and the peak temperature after the steady state condition is conformed. The results show that the time required to reach steady-state condition increases as the time delay increases. The parallel and tree-shaped designs show similar performance (time required to reach steady state) with slightly improved performance in the tree-shaped design as the preset temperature for time delay increases. For instance, 4% decrease in the time required to reach steady-state with the tree-shaped design relative to the parallel design was achieved when the preset temperature for time delay is 90°C.
ISSN: 2148-9807
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