Combating Heat in Automobiles Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
Posted by: Mehul Patel | Posted on: December 16th, 2014
Automobiles are largely composed of components that directly or indirectly possess relationship with heat transfer. Although heat is essentially required to churn out power from the engine, rest of the components are being incorporated to accommodate or transfer the generated heat, once it completes the job of producing necessary power.
The efficiency of the automobile is largely dependent on successful utilization as well as evacuation of the heat from different components apart from the engine. Once the heat becomes uncontrollable, the components can get damaged and affect the overall performance. An overheated engine would eventually seize and stop generating power, requiring an effective cooling system. Cooling system on the other hand relies on effectiveness of the coolant and radiator.
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About Author: Mehul Patel specializes in handling CFD projects for Automobile, Aerospace, Oil and Gas and building HVAC sectors. He works as a CFD consultant with Hi-Tech CFD for the past 5 years and has successfully executed numerous CFD projects of high complexities. He is an expert in turbo-machinery, gas dynamics, Combustion, Fluid Dynamics, multiphase flow analysis, computational fluid dynamics etc.