Radiative non linear heat transfer analysis on wire coating from a bath of third-grade fluid

M.K. Nayak, Sachin Shaw, Ali J. Chamkha

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Abstract

Wire coating as an industrial process coats bare conducting wires for primary insulation so as to accomplish mechanical strength and provide protection for aggressive environments. In the present study, we have investigated and discussed the influence of radiative linear as well as non-linear heat transfer on wire coating with melt polymer as a coating fluid in response to a third-grade fluid model subject to Joule heating. In our analysis, we deal with (i) Reynolds model and (ii) Vogel’s model to implement the temperature-dependent viscosity. The governing equations characterizing the flow and heat transfer are solved numerically by the fourth-order Runge-Kutta method. It is heartening to note that the temperature parameter ΘR is an indicator of the small/large temperature difference between the surface and the ambient fluid, which has a remarkable effect on the heat transfer characteristics and the temperature distributions in the flow region within the die. It is visualized that an increase in ΘR and the radiation parameter R decrease the fluid temperature of the coating fluid, thereby enhancing the rate of heat transfer associated with a thinner thermal boundary layer.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)97-106
Number of pages10
JournalThermal Science and Engineering Progress
Volume5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Wire
Heat transfer
Coatings
Fluids
Temperature
Joule heating
Runge Kutta methods
Polymer melts
Strength of materials
Insulation
Boundary layers
Temperature distribution
Viscosity
Radiation

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