Application of Unified Number to Temperature Profiles of Pipe Walls and Fluids using Mathematical Experimentation
The Equations of energy balance and heat conductivity was queried by introducing known parameters and expanded using virtual mathematical experimentation. Distribution of temperature of the pipe wall, fluid flow and surrounding air were accounted for via mathematical expressions. Anew dimensionless parameter was introduced with the aim of solving future problems in hydraulic engineering.
Published at International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.10 (2015) pp. 44278-44282 © Research India Publications;
Published in 2015
M.E. Emetere and Agarana M.C.
AGARANA Michael » Dr. Agarana, Michael is currently a lecturer of Mathematics at Covenant University. He had his first degree from the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He holds two masters degrees in Mathematics and Research from the University of Lagos. He earned his Ph.D in mathematics, specializing in Rigid Dynamics,from the University of Ilorin. His current research interest areas include;... view full profile
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