ANALYTICAL ANALYSIS FOR CONSTANT WALL TEMPERATURE FOR A PIPE WITH POWER LAW FLUID
Ahmed Jassim Shkarah
University of Thi-Qar
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A completely developed laminar flow-based velocity distributions availed by a model governed by a power-law rheology of fluid has been utilized, while glutinous indulgence was considered. The conceptual analysis of the performance of heat transfer was executed under an unchanged wall temperature case. A significant feature of such approach is permitting a commonplace distribution of neighboring mid-temperature as well as the fluid’s simpleton velocity distribution. All of these mechanisms had been tested by a relativity with the prevalent results. The Brinkman number’s effects and rheological materials on the home Nusselt number’s distribution were studied. It has been shown that the notion associated with the Nusselt number stubbornly relies upon the power law based index value. That Nusselt number strikingly gets reduced in the 0 < n < 0.1 range. Nonetheless, for n > 0.5, again, for n > 1, Nusselt number values are approaching an invariable value.