THE APPLICATION OF LATTICE BOLTZMANN TO FLOW ANALYSIS NANOFLUID IN THE CHANNEL BETWEEN COAXIAL CYLINDERS
Taylor-Couette flow of nanofluids in curved channel, which is formed by two concentric cylindrical surfaces, is investigated. The flow is moved by rotating the inner cylindrical surface. It is analyzed the influence of following parameters on the critical Taylor numbers: the ratio of the radii of convex and concave walls, dimensionless parameters describing the temperature gradient, the relative density of nanoparticles, the ratio of Brownian diffusion and thermophoretic diffusion, Prandtl and Schmidt numbers.
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