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Special Issue "Challenges and Progresses in the Modelling of Entropy Generation in Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer and Porous Media"
A special issue of Entropy (ISSN 1099-4300).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2019).
Prof. Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Rashidi grade Website E-Mail
1. Shanghai Key Laboratory of Vehicle Aerodynamics and Vehicle Thermal Management Systems, Tongji University, Shanghai 200072, China2. ENN-Tongji Clean Energy Institute of Advanced Studies, Tongji University, Shanghai 200072, China
Interests: multiphase flows; nanofluids; CFD; mechanical engineering; heat and mass transfer
Dr. Munawer Ali Abbas E-Mail
Department of Mathematics, University of Baltistan Skardu, Pakistan
Interests: fluid mechanics; heat transfer; entropy generation of electronic devices; artificial neural networks; PSO
Studies of fluid flow and heat transfer in a porous media has been a subject of continuous interest for the past several decades because of the wide range of applications, such as drying technology, solar systems, building insulation, compact heat transfer and design of nuclear reactors, geothermal systems, drying technologies, the control of pollutant spread in groundwater, and many other applications. Various types of liquids can mix with each other due to the porous boundaries, and a porous medium is very helpful to separate the particles from fluid. However, one of the major issues in these applications is the enhancement of the heat transfer efficiency of fluid during the process, which is also called irreversibility. To overcome this problem, the second law of thermodynamics has recently been applied by researchers for minimization of entropy generation to find optimal engineering system designs. Entropy generation determines the level of irreversibilities accumulating during a process. Consequently, entropy production can be used as a criterion to assess the performance of engineering devices.
The existing literature indicates that the study of these topics still needs attention. In order to fill this gap, researchers are invited to contribute their original research and review papers on these topics.
Prof. Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Rashidi
Dr. Munawer Ali Abbas
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- analytical, experimental, and numerical methods for entropy generation
- entropy generation for laminar flow
- entropy generation for turbulent flow
- entropy generation for physiological fluid flows
- heat transfer through porous media
- porosity in biological fluid flow
- optimization methods for the minimization of entropy generation