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Natural convection flow and heat transfer in an enclosure containing staggered arrangement of blockages. (2014)
Journal Article
IYI, D. and HASAN, R. 2015. Natural convection flow and heat transfer in an enclosure containging staggered arragement of blockages. Procedia engineering [online], 105: proceedings of the 6th BSME international conference on thermal engineering (ICTE 2014), 19-21 December 2014, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pages 176-183. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2015.05.033

The work reported in this paper is a numerical study of airflow and heat transfer for low turbulence buoyancy-driven flow in a rectangular cavity partially filled with solid objects. The two vertical walls were maintained at constant temperatures giv... Read More about Natural convection flow and heat transfer in an enclosure containing staggered arrangement of blockages..

Effect of emissivity on the heat and mass transfer of humid air in a cavity filled with solid obstacles. (2014)
Journal Article
IYI, D., HASAN, R. and PENLINGTON, R. 2015. Effect of emissivity on the heat and mass transfer of humid air in a cavity filled with solid obstacles. Numerical heat transfer, part A: applications [online], 67(5), pages 531-546. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/10407782.2014.937261

The work reported here is a 2D numerical study on the buoyancy-driven low-speed turbulent flow of humid air inside a rectangular cavity partially filled with solid cylindrical objects for a Rayleigh number of 1.45 × 109. Variations of Nusselt number,... Read More about Effect of emissivity on the heat and mass transfer of humid air in a cavity filled with solid obstacles..

Double skin façade: modelling technique and influence of venetian blinds on the airflow and heat transfer. (2014)
Journal Article
IYI, D., HASAN, R., PENLINGTON, R. and UNDERWOOD, C. 2014. Double skin fa├žade: modelling technique and influence of venetian blinds on the airflow and heat transfer. Applied thermal engineering [online], 71(1), pages 219-229. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2014.06.024

The demand to reduce building cooling load and annual energy consumption can be optimised with the use of Double Skin Facade (DSF). Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) methods are frequently used for the analysis of heat transfer through DSF. However,... Read More about Double skin façade: modelling technique and influence of venetian blinds on the airflow and heat transfer..