Review on Heat Transfer Enhancement by Rectangular Fin
Heat generation of engineering appliances has bad effect in handling the system can cause the trouble, short life cycle of machines, frequent maintenance requirements and low reliability of systems. The passive cooling technique has been widely used to solve such problems. This review work summarizes the heat transfer enhancement technique in a rectangular fin with economic way. So many research about the enhancement of heat transfer by rectangular fins experimentally and numerically and found very significant result. In this review, various types of rectangular fin structures are studied simultaneously. It is revealed through reviewing the related literature that the highest value of equivalent heat transfer enhancement is found the increase in average heat transfer performance of inverted triangular notched fin 50.51% as compared with plane rectangular fin and the perforated fin total heat transfer rate increased by 38.9% compared to regular fin. Furthermore, by reduction of the optimal fin spacing, heat flux can be changed by 20% in standard rectangular fin when compared with regular fin spacing. Also cooling performance of the inclined rectangular fin with 60Â° of tilt angle is seen to be as 6% higher than solid rectangular fin. This article can be considered as a benchmark in the practical application for enhances the heat transfer rates.
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