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Measurements and numerical modelling of natural convection in a stairwell model.

Selma Ergin-OМ€zkan

Measurements and numerical modelling of natural convection in a stairwell model.

by Selma Ergin-OМ€zkan

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Published by Brunel University in Uxbridge .
Written in English


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ContributionsBrunel University. Department of Mechanical Engineering.
The Physical Object
Pagination282p. :
Number of Pages282
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19720177M

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Measurements and numerical modelling of natural convection in a stairwell model by Selma Ergin-OМ€zkan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ergin-Özkan, Measurements and numerical modelling of natural convection in a stairwell model, PhD thesis, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Brunel University, Google Scholar [10]Cited by: 2.

The experimental data in the half-scale stairwell model of Ergin-Özkan et al. was used for comparison with the numerical simulation using the standard k–ε model by Mokhtarzadeh-Dehghan et al.

The computed velocities along a line drawn perpendicular, and half-way along the stairway, reached maximum values of about m/ by: 7. In this paper we present a comprehensive analysis of an optimal boundary control for a combined natural convection-radiation model, which has applications in the design of combustion chambers or.

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