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Title: Numerična simulacija naravne konvekcije nanotekočin Hribernik, Matic (Author)Ravnik, Jure (Mentor) More about this mentor... UN_Hribernik_Matic_2016.pdf (2,60 MB)MD5: A8BB223FDA7BB52D5B74CB27F8CA7304 Slovenian Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11) 2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering V diplomskem delu smo predstavili numerično simulacijo prenosa toplote za primer naravne konvekcije nanotekočin v različnih modelih z različno geometrijo. Nanotekočina je suspenzija enakomerno porazdeljenih nanodelcev v vodi. Najprej smo izvedli primer naravne konvekcije vode v kubični kotanji in določili validacijski model. Naše rezultate smo primerjali z viri drugih avtorjev in ugotovili dobro ujemanje. Izdelali smo simulacije za različne vrste nanotekočin pri različnih koncetracijah nanodelcev. Na koncu smo rezultate analizirali in ugotovili, da nam nanotekočine omogočajo izboljšanje procesa prenosa toplote. naravna konvekcija, nanotekočine, nanodelci, prenos toplote, numerična simulacija 2016 [M. Hribernik] Maribor 004.942:536.22(043.2) 20330518 URN:SI:UM:DK:BA8PNBED 1160 100 KTFMB - FS

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Language: English Numerical simulation of free convection of nanofluids The thesis presents a numerical simulation of heat transfer by natural convection of nanofluids in different models with different geometry. Nanofluid is a suspension of evenly distributed nanoparticles in water. First, we performed natural convection of water in a cubic cavity and determined the validation model. Our results were compared with the resources of other authors, it was found that the results match. We have produced simulations for different types of nanofluids at different concentrations of nanoparticles. Results were analyzed and found that nanofluids allow us to improve the heat transfer process. free convection, nanofluids, nanoparts, heat transfer, numerical analyse