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Directional Control of Radiation Heat Transfer from Solid Surface Using Grating Composed of Parallel Elliptical Cylinders -Directional Control of Energy Concetration-
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 Title & Authors
Directional Control of Radiation Heat Transfer from Solid Surface Using Grating Composed of Parallel Elliptical Cylinders -Directional Control of Energy Concetration-
Go, Heung; Hidetoshi Masuda; Jo, Byeong Su; Gang, Yeong Gyu;
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 Abstract
A grating composed of elliptical cylinders (GEC), specially designed, is applicable to control of radiation heat transfer from a heated surface, as reported in our previous work. In this study, an analysis of radiation heat transfer is performed for a physical model in which the GEC is placed in front of a heated black-base surface and the major axes of the elliptical cylinders are inclined as a certain angle from the normal to the row of elliptical cylinders. Numerical solutions are obtained. Variations of the direction and the radiative energy concentration with slant angle of the major axis are shown for some parameters. It is verified that the GEC is able to widely change the direction of radiation heat transfer from the heated surface.
 Keywords
Thermal Radiation;Radiation Heat Transfer Control;Thermophysical Property;Directional Control;Surface Radiation;Specular Reflection;Grating;
 Language
Korean
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