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A Thermal Fluid Convection Model for the Fluid Cell Subject to the Transient Thermal Field

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Xiaoling He ; Wisconsin Univ., Milwaukee, WI

This presentation discuss the thermally induced convection flow in the microstructure fluid cell, composed of two parallel plates with a transient temperature variation. We use the approximations similar to that in the Lorenz model to obtain the generalized transient form thermal convection model. The study examines the convection flow stability and nonlinear flow behavior including bifurcations associated with the transient temperature variations and the flow properties. We use bifurcation maps to justify the numerical computation results on the flow behavior in relation to the fluid property, thermal conduction parameters

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Advanced Packaging Materials: Processes, Properties and Interface, 200611th International Symposium on

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