- Volume 6 Issue 2
The dimensionless heat loss from a modified asymmetric rectangular fin is investigated as a function of the fin top and tip Biot numbers using the two-dimensional separation of variables method. A rectangular fin is modified by attaching the wing on the top side of the fin. Fin effectiveness and efficiency with the variation of the location of the wing and the width of the wing are presented. The relationship between top surface Biot number and bottom surface Biot number as well as the relationship between the dimensionless wing height and the location of the wing for equal amount of heat loss is also discussed.
Supported by : Kangwon National University