|Apr28-12, 04:06 PM||#1|
Efficiency of Fins: which one is more efficient?
Option 1: a circular cross-section pin fin with a radius of 1 mm
Option 2: a circular cross-section pin fin with a radius of 2 mm
Which is more efficient? Why?
Both fins have the same length, experience the same convective heat transfer coefficient, and have an insulated tip.
|efficiency, fins, heat transfer, thermodynamics|
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