Thermal Analysis of Cylindrical Parabolic Trough Collector Using Particle Swarm Optimization


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Title Thermal Analysis of Cylindrical Parabolic Trough Collector Using Particle Swarm Optimization
Creator Kushwaha, Manoj Kumar
Rajak, Anup Kumar
Subject Particle swarm optimization, Solar collector, nanofluid and CPTC
Description For about the first instance, a revolutionary Multi-objective Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) method is applied to achieve a relatively close CPTC design for improving batter thermal performance and output warmth. Optimized design of parabolic trough collectors serves an important part in today's marketplace and is a rising area of concern for experts and academics. Particle swarm optimization (PSO) is an unique approach for enhancing a solar power trough collector's heat transfer analysis. Nanofluid has received a lot of interest as a way to increase convective heat transfer. They surpassed the previously used fluid. The thermal conductivity and convection temperature transfer coefficients are increased by employing nanofluid as the heat transport fluid and changing the base fluid. Particle concentration, thermal dispersion consistency, and nanofluid dimension are the important parameters for enhancing thermal conductivity, according to a prior study. As a preliminary step, keep these points in mind. Except perhaps the concentration fluid intake velocity and pipe diameter, the optimal solution value is determined using the tested model characteristics and the Dimethyl Polysiloxane Molecular as a base fluid. The results are exhibited at different temperatures. To determine if the recommended solution approach is appropriate, the outcomes of two research publications are compared
Date 2021-11-10
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE; Volume 7, Issue 11, November 2021; 6-10
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Manoj Kumar Kushwaha, Anup Kumar Rajak

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