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Temperature Distribution in a Porous Medium Subjected to Solar Radiative Incidence and Downward Flow: Convective Boundaries

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Pai-Chuan Liu

Chinese Military Academy, Department of Mathematics, 830, Fengshang, Taiwan, Republic of Chinae-mail: pcliu@cc.cma.edu.tw

J. Sol. Energy Eng 125(2), 190-194 (May 08, 2003) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1564078 History: Received October 01, 2001; Revised October 01, 2002; Online May 08, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Schematic diagram of the physical problem
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Influence of viscous force on steady-state temperature distribution with τ=0.2,Pe=1,r2=0.5,r2=0.5,Bi1=1, and Bi2=1
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Influence of downward flow on steady-state temperature distribution with τ=0.2,r1=0.5,r2=0.5,Bi2=1, and Bi2=1, and R*=10
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a) Effect of lower convective boundary on steady-state temperature distribution with τ=0.2,Pe=1,r1=0.5, and r2=0.5,Bi2=1, and R*=10;b) Effect of upper convective boundary on steady-state temperature distribution with τ=0.2,Pe=1,r1=0.5,r2=0.5,Bi1=1, and R*=10
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a) Influence of lower boundary reflectivity on steady-state temperature distribution with τ=0.2,Pe=1,r2=0.5,Bi2=1,Bi2=1, and R*=10;b) Influence of upper boundary reflectivity on steady-state temperature distribution with τ=0.2,Pe=1,r1=0.5,Bi2=1,Bi2=1, and R*=10
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Influence of absorption on steady-state temperature distribution with Pe=1,r1=0.5,r2=0.5,Bi2=1,Bi2=1, and R*=10

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