%0 Journal Article
%A Farahmand, Mohamed Javad
%A Hassani, Ali
%A Moazemi Goudarzi, Ali
%T Modeling Thermal Loading Effects for Three New Designs of Radiant Tube Burner
%J Modares Mechanical Engineering
%V 21
%N 9
%U http://mme.modares.ac.ir/article-15-39448-en.html
%R
%D 2021
%K Thermal Stress and Strain, Modeling of the Fluid-Solid Interaction, Radiant Tube Burner, Experimental Tests.,
%X In present study, the stress and strain distributions due to the radiant gradient in some radiant tube burners have been investigated. In the design of the burner, several outlet valves are mounted on the wall of the burner tube and the combustion-produced fluid is discharged by the outlets into the furnace. For this purpose, three cylindrical radiant tubes with the same length, diameter, thickness and material and difference in design of fluid outlets are modeled. To simulate the mechanical behavior of the pipes, after the geometric modeling and considering the pipe material and boundary conditions, ANSYS commercial software has been used. The boundary conditions for numerical solution are extracted from the results of the experimental tests. Due to the average fluid velocity within the radial tube, the fluid flow falls into the turbulent range. In order to obtain the stress-strain diagram of the tested alloy, the Ramberg-Osgood equation is used. Due to the solution of the fluid-solid interaction by ANSYS, the best design is concluded through the Von-Mises stress minimum values. Also, by removing the thermal load from the next load step, the residual stresses generated in the samples are calculated. To illustrate the accuracy of the solution, some specimens of the burner have been made and evaluated to verify the numerical solution.
%> http://mme.modares.ac.ir/article-15-39448-en.pdf
%P 575-587
%& 575
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%L A-10-28333-3
%+ Babol Noshirvani University of Technology
%G eng
%@ 1027-5940
%[ 2021