Radiative Flow of Energy Consumption with Varying Building Structures

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Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 30-43

    P.S.S. Nagalakshmi

  1. Assistant Professor, School of Planning and Architecture Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University Mahaveer Marg, Telangana, India


The current study deals with Radiative flow of energy consumption with varying building structures solved by boundary value problem. Application of heat transfer takes place in Industrial and Engineering sectors to overcome the difficulties which arise from radiations in building construction. This is shown by taking few unique shapes of buildings as examples which are ellipsoid, isohemi hexagon, isohemisphere and torus ring. The heat transfer taking places of these structural designs are considered for the study of nature of fluid flow in terms of convection, conduction, and radiation. Further the incident and refracted radiation parameters are estimated and used to study the behavior of fluid flow in diverging structural geometries. The concentration, temperature and velocity profiles are demonstrated with results acquired from converting the governing equations to ordinary differential equations with the suitable transformations which has been solved with BVP solver using python.

Keywords: Radiative flow, python, BVP solver, isohemi hexagon, isohemisphere and torous ring

[This article belongs to International Journal of Applied Nanotechnology(ijan)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 8
Issue 1
Received June 24, 2022
Accepted July 6, 2022
Published July 25, 2022