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Computerized measurement of thermoacoustically generated temperature gradients

Milton David Kite

Computerized measurement of thermoacoustically generated temperature gradients

by Milton David Kite

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ContributionsAtchley, Anthony Armstrong, 1957-, Hofler, Thomas James, 1955-
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25494483M

A hybrid technique based on the use of the FEM and the transfer matrix method is used to identify the frequencies at which thermoacoustic instabilities are expected and the growth rate of the pressure oscillations at the onset of instability. The thermoacoustic generator (TAG) described in this report is a results of joint activities carried out in the framework of the Score project () carried out in the UK, the FACT Foundation () and Aster Thermoacoustics () in the Size: 2MB.

Thermoacoustic refrigerator is an alternative cooling system, which is environmentally safe due to the absence of any refrigerants. The resonator tube of the system is of great importance; its design and dimensions influence the design and performance of the entire refrigerator. This work describes the design of the stack and the resonator along with the influence of its dimensions Author: Mawahib Hassan El-Fawal, Normah Mohd-Ghazali, Mohd Shafiek Yaccob. Effect of Different Heat Exchangers on the Waste-Heat Driven TAE Journal of Engineering Science and Technology January , Vol. 11(1) mesh or constant mesh spacing is generated for the geometries. These apply to both the porous and bulge regions. Table 1 shows the actual numbers of nodes and cells for each of the cases. Table 1.

temperature gradients in the thermoacoustic channel. Using a suitable discretisation method for the axial direction x, this enables resolution of the complex pressure dp 1, complex particle velocity dU 1 and temperature T at all positions within the device. This is a basic description of the method Figure 3. DeltaE model sections for heat.   Thermoacoustic effect, as a subprocess of the photoacoustic effect, can also convert heat to acoustic wave by a thermoacoustic prime mover, and can also pump heat by acoustic wave in a thermoacoustic refrigerator. The present study focuses on a thermoacoustically driven pulse tube refrigerator, utilizing sound from a thermoacoustic Cited by:


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Computerized measurement of thermoacoustically generated temperature gradients by Milton David Kite Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thermal modeling and performance analysis of a thermoacoustic refrigerator generated heat to be absorbed in the copper end cap and Differential temperature measurement across the water inlet and outlet and flow rate measurement give the heat removed.

Highlights Effect of working fluid and resonator length on performance of twin TAHE is presented. Large onset temperature difference was found for small resonator length with Argon.

Pressure amplitude increases for increase in resonator length with He → N 2 → Ar. Frequency increases for decrease in resonator length with Ar → N 2 → He.

A – Hz frequency of waves generated Cited by: The optimum temperature gradients were included in this paper. © The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd. Peer-review under responsibility of the Euro-Mediterranean Institute for Sustainable Development (EUMISD).

Keywords: Thermoacoustic, solar refrigeration, solar prime mover, stack sizing software, optimum temperature by: 2. design criteria for given temperature ratios. To illustrate the position of temperature jump mathematically, it can be seen from this Figure 2 that at x = 0, the tube is open and it will have a constant temperature T.

L between x=0 and x = l. At x = L, the tube will be closed and it will be at constant temperature T H between x = l and x = The. The effects of material, geometry, length and position of the porous channels on energy transfer in air-filled enclosures carrying a compressible pulsating wave are investigated.

The pulsating fluid motion is created by an acoustic driver in a resonant chamber. Three different porous materials (Corning Celcor, Reticulated Vitreous Carbon (RVC), and Mylar plastic), Cited by: Common features in the thermoacoustics of flames and engines Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Spray and Combustion Dynamics 10(1) December with 1, Reads.

Microwave Source. A GHz microwave source produced pulses of μs width, with a repetition rate of up to Hz. An air-filled pyramidal horn-type antenna (WR horn antenna W∕EEV flange, HNL Inc.) with a rectangular opening of × cm 2 was used to deliver the microwaves to the sample.

The specific absorption rate of the tissue was within the IEEE. A thermoacoustic heat engine (TAE) is a device which relies on an applied temperature gradient to drive a thermodynamic cycle and convert heat energy into acoustic work, producing a sound wave.

A TAE consists of two heat exchangers and a stack inside a resonance tube. temperature gradient is developed as shown in the figure. The temperature of the channel is now more than that of the gas particles inside the tube because of the heat source.

So, heat transfer takes place from the channel wall to the gas particles (heat transfer takes place from higher temperature to a lower temperature).

The looped geometry of Biwa et al. ( Biwa et al. () (set-up referenced as B, is shown to be thermoacoustically unstable at the reported critical T H value, (T cr /T C = ) only if a.

Fig. 7 shows the temperature contour at the refrigerator stack. An experimental study conducted with Helium gas at 2 bar pressure with 1m resonator length predicts a lowest temperature of K at cold heat exchanger and it is comparable with CFD results.

TABLE 2. CFD results of thermoacoustically driven refrigerator for different resonator lengthAuthor: Mathew Skaria, S Kasthurirengan. showed that the best performing material is stainless steel with the biggest temperature difference, followed by the group of plastics (19⁰ and Kap38⁰) then paper (with highest temperature difference of 10,01⁰).

In each measurement we did, aluminum stack was the worst, with highest temperature difference of 5,51⁰.File Size: 1MB. T0 is a limiting temperature value that would be achieved in steady state equilibrium for very long time values.

This limiting value is at or near room temperature for the warm-up data and is defined as T0,wu, but it is the limiting coldest temperature observed for Cited by: OPTIMIZATION OF THERMOACOUSTIC ENGINES FOR CONVERSION OF HEAT TO ELECTRICITY Orest G.

Symko* Ivan A Rodriguez, and Myra Flitcroft *Author for correspondence Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah U.S.A.

E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT Thermoacoustic heat engines show much promise. When large temperature gradients are created across the stack, sound waves are generated i.e.

work is produced in the form of acoustic power (forming a thermo acoustic engine). In the reverse case, the acoustic work is used in order to create temperature gradients across the stack, which is. ˘ˇˆ ˙ ˝ ˆ ˛˚ ˜˘ ˚ ˘. ˆ ˛˚ ˜˘ "˜˘ ˘ˇ ˚ $/ 5 ˘˘/5ˆ$&ˇ/5 + ˝ ˛# ˝ & *) ˝ ˛˙ ˜ ˚˝) ˜ ˝ ˛˙˚) & ˝ b˝5˝’ ˇ˘˘˘6˘.

Measurement of the temperature gradient across the regenerator 34 Other temperature measurements 36 Measurement of acoustic pressure amplitude 37 Measurement of frequency 39 Measurement of cooling water volumetric flow rate 40 4 Experimental procedure measurement of the TAC transfer matrix, contrarily to the classical two-load method.

Four different materials are tested, each one playing as the porous element allotted inside the TAC, which is sub-mitted to different temperature gradients to promote thermoacoustic amplification.

The experimentalCited by: [1] C. Sondhauss, Ueber die Schallschwin gungen der Luft in erhitzten Glasrohren und in gedeckten Pfeifen von ungleicher Weite, Ann. Phys (Leipzig), 79, 1 (). DOI: /andpAuthor: Won Tae Kim, K.J.

Song, Man Yong Choi. A Rijke tube with a distributed heat source is investigated. Driven by the widely existing thermoacoustic instability in lean premixed gas turbine combustors, this work aims to explore the physicochemical underpinning and assist in the elucidation and analysis of this problem.

The heat release model consists of a row of distributed heat sources with individual heat release by: 2. Mathematical Aspects of Thermoacoustics PROEFSCHRIFT ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, op gezag van de rector magnificus, C.J.

van Duijn, voor een commissie aangewezen door het College voor Promoties in het openbaar te verdedigen op donderdag 25 juni om uur doorCited by: The exchanger against an adverse temperature gradient to the hot heat This paper demonstrates the benefits of system optimization for the design of thermoacoustic refrigerator prototypes.

A conunercially available thermoacoustic system modeling software (Ward and Swift, ) was generated using the Simplex required cooling capacity.Application of a Weakly Non-Linear Analysis to the Analysis of Thermoacoustic Combustion Instabilities D.

Laera[1], S. M. Camporeale[1], G. Campa[2] [1]Politecnico di Bari, Bari, Italy.