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Title: 使用CFD分析以太陽能驅動風扇之汽車降溫系統
Authors: 范順維
Keywords: 太陽能
熱通量
強制對流
風扇散熱
solar power
heat flux
forced convection
cooling fan
Date: 2013-07-10
Issue Date: 2013-07-15 12:57:54 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 范順維
Abstract: 本文利用模擬分析方法探討於汽車天窗裝設風扇,在不同條件下進行進、排氣,以改善汽車內部高溫,並提供業界做為設計降溫系統的參考。本研究使用CFD分析軟體模擬啟動降溫系統後車內溫度及流場的變化,進行實車測試比對分析,並於分析時考慮風扇進、排氣強制對流作用時間,外部太陽高溫仍透過玻璃傳熱至車內的熱通
量計算,以提高模擬分析的可靠度。
針對實驗結果驗證模擬分析可靠度,延伸軟體模擬進行其它不同Type進、排氣及風扇速率變更計算分析,對於後續解決汽車高溫效應具有極大的助益。
In this article, we use simulation to study the installation of the fan
on the car’s sunroof. We considered the fan system in different conditions.
The intake and outtake can adjust the internal temperature of a vehicle.
This provides the industries a reference to design the cooling system.
In this study, we using the CFD software to simulate the cooling
system, the temperature distribution and the flow velocity inside the
vehicle can be obtained. . The fan’s forced convection for the intake and
outtake, and the external heat passing through the glass are also
considered in our calculation. These improve the accuracy of the
simulation.
The reliability of the simulation is verified by the experimental
results, and different conditions for the intake and outtake of the cooling
system are then applied to perform the simulation, which help to optimize
the design and can greatly benefit the subsequent solution for the issue of
automotive high-temperature effect.
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