MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 115, 2017XXXIII Siberian Thermophysical Seminar (STS-33)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Chapter 2 Turbulent flows, heat and mass transfer in single-phase flows, heat transfer enhancement|
|Published online||10 July 2017|
Direct numerical simulation of Mhd heat transfer of the liquid metal in a horizontal pipe with the joint effect of the longitudinal magnetic field and thermo-gravitational convection
National Research University «Moscow Power Engineering Institute», 111250 Moscow, Russia
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The results of the direct numerical simulation (DNS) of the MHD heat transfer in turbulent flow of liquid metal (LM) in a horizontal pipe under the joint influence of a longitudinal magnetic field (MF) and thermo-gravitational convection (TGC) are presented. Discusses the characteristics of hydrodynamics and heat transfer in the longitudinal MF in the absence of TGC. Suppression of turbulent transport is observed with an increase in the Hartmann number: the heat transfer coefficients, the friction coefficient. The authors calculated the effect of TGC in a strong longitudinal MF for a homogeneous heating. Investigated the averaged fields of velocity and temperature, heat transfer characteristics, the distribution of wall temperature along the perimeter of the cross section of the pipe. The effect of TGC on the velocity field is affected stronger than in the temperature field.
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