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Thermohydrodynamic programming and constructal design in microsystems

Author: Tao Dong
Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2018.
Series: Micro and nano technologies series
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Thermohydrodynamic Programming and Constructal Design in Microsystems explains the direction of a morphing system configuration that is illustrated by life evolution in nature. This is sometimes referred to as the fourth law of thermodynamics, and was first applied in thermofluidic engineering, with more recent applications in physics and biology. The book specifically focuses on synthetic modeling and constructal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1020030125
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tao Dong
ISBN: 9780128131923 0128131926
OCLC Number: 1057725695
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Front Cover; Thermohydrodynamic Programming and Constructal Design in Microsystems; Copyright Page; Contents; Biography; Preface 1; Preface 2; Nomenclature; Greek Symbols; Subscript; Superscript; Mathematical Operator; 1 Introduction to constructal theory in microsystems; 1.1 Overview: Thermohydrodynamic Management in Microsystems; 1.1.1 Miniaturization and Design Configuration; 1.1.2 Scaling Effects: Constructal Law Versus Fractal Theory; 1.1.3 Counterbalances and Heuristics in Microsystems; 1.2 Entropy Generation Minimization; 1.3 Efficiency, Territory, and Compactness 1.3.1 Point-to-Point Flow1.3.2 Management of Imperfections; 1.4 Constructal Law, Field Synergy, and Entransy; References; 2 Highly conductive thermal inserts and conjugated conduction-convection design; 2.1 Thermal Inserts: Hierarchical Ramification; 2.1.1 Rectangular Units; 2.1.2 Elemental Construct: Optimum Geometric Configuration; 2.1.3 Other Derivatives; 2.2 Conjugated Conduction-Convection Design; 2.2.1 Staggered Pin-Fin Array; Scenario 1; Scenario 2; Pareto optimum; 2.2.2 Axial Profile Optimization of Pin Fin; Governing equation and boundary conditions; Axial fin profile representation Bi-objective optimization2.2.3 t-Type Cavity; 2.2.4 Flush-Mounted Discrete Heat Sources; 2.2.5 Insulation With Respect to Temperature Peak, Temperature Gradient, and Wall Stress; References; 3 Thermohydrodynamics for single-phase convection in microchannel networks; 3.1 Thermohydrodynamics of Single-Phase Flow in Microchannels; 3.1.1 Fundamentals of Single-Phase Flow in Microchannels; 3.1.2 Single-Phase Convection Heat Transfer in Microchannels; 3.2 Limitation of Entropy Generation Minimization-Based Design Optimization: An Exemplary Case on Staggered Pin Fin Array i... 3.3 Characteristics of Constructal Convection Networks3.4 Convection Tree Design; 3.4.1 Comb-Like Point-Area/Volume-Point Heat Sink; 3.4.2 Dichotomic Flow Hierarchy From Point Source to Circular Periphery Sink; 3.4.3 Boundary Adaptation; 3.5 Size Limit for Miniaturization; References; 4 Two-phase flow in microscale and nanoscale; 4.1 Vascular Network and Transpiration Tree; 4.1.1 Capillary Dynamics; 4.1.2 Constructal Capillary Network; 4.1.3 Transpiration and Cavitation; Challenges; Biomimetic concepts; 4.2 Wick Design for Loop Heat Pipe; 4.3 Contact Line Region 4.4 Interfacial Modeling: Many-Body Dissipative Particle DynamicsReferences; 5 Design optimization techniques; 5.1 Population-Based Pareto Algorithms; 5.1.1 Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming; 5.1.2 Genetic Algorithm; 5.1.3 Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm; 5.1.4 Nondominated Sorting; 5.2 Normal Boundary Intersection and Normalized Normal Constraint; References; Index; Back Cover
Series Title: Micro and nano technologies series
Responsibility: Tao Dong.

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Thermohydrodynamic Programming and Constructal Design in Microsystems explains the direction of a morphing system configuration that is illustrated by life evolution in nature. This is sometimes referred to as the fourth law of thermodynamics, and was first applied in thermofluidic engineering, with more recent applications in physics and biology. The book specifically focuses on synthetic modeling and constructal optimization in the design of microsystemic devices, which are of particular interest to researchers and practitioners in the sphere of micro- and nanoscale physics, a mechanistically deviation from conventional theory. The book is an important reference resource for researchers working in the area of micro- and nanosystems technology and those who want to learn more about how thermodynamics can be effectively applied at the micro level.

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