Effect of Magnetic Field on Hydrodynamic Behavior
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Effect of Magnetic Field on hydrodynamic behavior in a Microchannel Heat Sink
Mohammad Nasiri 1*, Mohammad Mehdi Rashidi 2,
1 Department Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz 5166616471, Iran
2 Department of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
ABSTRACT
In this study, hydrodynamic behavior nanofluid (Fe3O4water) in a MicroChannel Heat Sink (MCHS) with Offset Fan Shaped under magnetic field was numerically investigated. The two phase mixture model was used to simulate the nanofluid flow. Flow was assumed laminar, steady and incompressible. The effects of changing Reynolds number, power magnetic field, and nanoparticle diameter on fluid behavior are considered. The results show that the friction factor decreases and Nusselt number enhances whit rising Reynolds number. Whit increases intensity magnetic field the pressure drop, friction factor and Nusselt number increasing. The results indicate that nonuniform magnetic field has more effect on nanofluid behavior compare uniform magnetic field.
Keywords
Nanofluid; Microchannel heat sink; Magnetic field; Friction factor; Nusselt number
Nomenclature 

,z 
Cartesian coordinate axes 
Velocity component in x and y and z direction, respectively (m/s) 

(a,b) 
Center of magnetic wire (m) 
Velocity vector (m/s) 

0 
Velocity inlet (m/s) 
Acceleration vector (m/s2) 

Thermal conductivity (W/m K) 

Specific heat capacity at constant pressure 

Boltzmann constant (1.3806503Ã1023 J/K) 

Temperature (K) 

I 
Electric intensity (A) 
H 
Magnetic field intensity vector (A/m) 
Heat flux (1 MW/m2) 

Channel width (300Ã106m) 

Hydraulic diameter (0.00001333 m) 

Channel length (2.70Ã103m) 

Drag coefficient 

Mean velocity (m/s) 

Drift velocity (m/s) 

Slip velocity (m/s) 

d 
Mean diameter (nm) 
Nu= 
Nuselt number 
friction factor 

= 
Reynolds number 
Prandtlnumber 

Magnetic field (T) 

Greek symbols 

magnetic permeability in vacuum (4Ï€Ã107 Tm/A) 

Dynamic viscosity (kg/m s) 

Thermal expansion coefficient(thermal expansion coefficient (K1) 

Density (kg/m3) 

Mean free path (17Ã109 m) 

Magnetic susceptibility 

Particle volume fraction 

Electrical conductivity (s/m) 

Subscripts 

Particle 

Base fluid 

bw 
Bottom wall 
Effective 

Average 
Introduction
Nanofluids has higher thermal conductivities compared to them base fluids [15]. Currently the use of nanofluids in thermal engineering systems such as heat exchangers [67], microchannels [810] , chillers, medical applications [11,12], and solar collectors [13].
Tsai and Chein[14] investigated analytically nanofluid (watercopper and nanotube)Â flow in microchannel heat sink. They was found that optimum values of aspect ratio and nanofluid did not make conversion in MCHS thermal resistance. Kalteh et al. [15] investigated the laminar nanofluid flow in rectangular microchannel heat sink both numerically and experimentally. Compared the experimental and numerical results presented that twophase EulerianEulerian method results are in better accordance with experimental results than the singlephase modeling. The reasons experimentallyÂ study by Azizi et al.[16] reported that Nusselt numbers decreases whit rising Reynolds number and enhancement heat transfer by using nanoparticles camper to that of pure water for similar Reynolds number. Sheikholeslami et al. [17] studied effect nanoparticle on heat transfer in a cavity square containing a rectangular heated body numerically. They indicated that using nanoparticle increasing heat transfer and dimensionless entropy generation.
Micro channel heat sink (MCHS) using in many applications, such as microelectronics and high energy laser. MCHS cooling is very important because heat flux in this channel higher than regular channel. Many studies analyzed the convective heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids in micro channel heat sink in recently many years ago[1824].
Sakanova et al. [25] investigated effects of wavy channel structure on hydrodynamic behavior in microchannel heat sink. They found that increasing nanoparticles in pure water the effect of wavy wall unnoticeable. Radwan et al. [26] using nanofluid on heat transfer microchannel heat sink in low concentrated photovoltaic systems investigated numerically. They show that nanofluids is effective technique for enhance heat transfer. Tabrizi and Seyf [27] investigated laminar Al2O3water nanofluid flow in a microchannel heat sink. They showed that increasing volume fraction of Al2O3 and nanoparticle size reducing the entropy generation.
Chai et al. [2830] studied hydrothermal characteristics of laminar flow microchannel heat sink with fanshaped ribs. Their results presented that used the fanshaped ribs the average friction factor 1.18.28 times larger than the regular microchannel, while used the offset fanshaped ribs was 1.226.27 times increases. Also the microchannel with large rib's height and small rib's spacing, the frictional entropy generation rate increases and thermal entropy generation rate decreases comparing than the smooth microchannel.
Magnetic fluid (ferrofluid) is a stable colloidal suspension consisting of a base liquid and magnetic nanoparticles that are coated with a surfactant layer and it can be controlled by external magnetic fields [31]. Sundar et al. [3233] experimentally studied the heat transfer characteristic of Fe3O4 ferrofluid in a circular tube whit applied magnetic field. They detected that the heat transfer increases compared to water flow at same operating condition. Aminfar et al. [3436] studied effect different magnetic field on ferrofluid for different channels. They showed that using the uniform and nonuniform transverse magnetic increasing heat transfer coefficient and friction factor. Also shown that nonuniform transverse magnetic enhanced heat transfer more than axial nonuniform magnetic field.
In this study, the uniform and nonuniform transverse magnetic effect on heat transfer of ferrofluids flow in a microchannel heat sink with offset fan shaped by using mixture model. The effects of uniform and nonuniform transverse power magnetic fields, Reynolds number and nanoparticle diameter variation are studied in details.
Governing Equations
Researchers presented different models for numerical analysis in multiphase flows [3740]. The mixture model is one of methods for nanofluid analyses [3841]. In this study, flow is assumed steady state, incompressible and laminar with constant thermophysical properties. The effects of body forces and dissipation are negligible. Also, for calculate the density variations due to buoyancy force was used the Boussinesq approximation. Considering these assumptions, the dimensional equations define as:
Continuity equations:
(1) 
Momentum equations:
(2) 
The term refers to Kelvin force; it results from the electric current flowing through the wire. In this equation, H is Magnetic field intensity vector that determined as [42]:
(3) 
where
(4) 

(5) 
I is electric intensity. The wire direction is parallel to the longitudinal channel and in the center of cross section at the (a, b).
Also, M is the magnetization in Equation (2) and determined as [36]:
(6) 
where is magnetic susceptibility of ferrofluid at 4% volume fraction for different mean diameter is present in Table 1.
Table 1. magnetic susceptibility of ferrofluid for different mean diameter
mean diameter 
magnetic susceptibility 
10 
0.34858668 
20 
2.7886935 
30 
9.4118388 
In Equation (2), is called Lorentz force that determined as:
(7) 
Where and are respectively effective electrical conductivity and nanofluid velocity vector, also is the induced uniform magnetic field that can be calculated by intensity of magnetic field:
(8) 
Energy equation:
(9) 
Volume fraction equations:
(10) 
In Equation (10), Vm, and Vdr are the mean velocity and the drift velocity, respectively, that be defined as:
(11) 

(12) 
where Ï† is the volume fraction of nanoparticles.
The drift velocity depends on the slip velocity. The slip velocity defined as the velocity of base fluid (bf) with respect to velocity of nanoparticles (p) and determined as:
(13) 

(14) 
The slip velocity is presented by Manninen et al. [31e]:
(15) 
In Equation (15) f drag and r are drag coefficient and acceleration respectively, which can be calculated by:
(16) 

(17) 
In Equation (16), Rep = Vmdp/veff is the Reynolds number of particles.
Nanofluids Properties
The physical properties of water and Fe3O4 nanoparticles are shown in Table 2. The waterFe3O4 nanofluidis assumed is homogenous that the thermosphysical mixture properties calculated for 4% volume fraction of nanoparticles.
Table 2. Properties of base fluid and nanoparticles [35,40].
Properties 
Water 
Fe3O4 
Density (kg/m3) 
997.1 
5200 
Specific heat capacity (J/kgâˆ™K) 
4180 
670 
Thermal conductivity (W/mâˆ™K) 
0.613 
6 
Electrical conductivity (s/m) 
5.3 
25,000 
Dynamic viscosity (kg/mâˆ™s) 
0.0009963 
 
The physical mixture properties are calculated by means of the following equations:
Density of nanofluid:
(18) 
Specific heat capacity of the nanofluid:
(19) 
Dynamic viscosity of nanofluid [43]:
(20) 
Thermal expansion coefficient of nanofluid [35]:
(21) 
Electrical conductivity [36]:
. 
(22) 
Based on the Brownian motion velocity is Thermal conductivity of nanofluid [44]:
(23) 
dp and dbf are particle diameter(nm) and molecular base fluid (0.2 nm).
In Equation (23) Pr and Re are Prandtl and Reynolds number, respectively defined as:
(24) 

(25) 
Also, in Equation (25) is water mean free path (17 nm) and kB is Boltzmann constant (1.3807 Ã 10âˆ’23 J/K).
Deï¬nition of Physical Domain and numerical method
Fig.1 shown the geometry of the microchannel heat sink with offset fanshaped reentrant cavities in sidewall. The channel width and space between a pair cavity is 300 Î¼m.The channel length is 2.70 mm with a thickness of 350 Î¼m and the pitch distance of two longitudinal microchannels is 150 Î¼m.
The channel cross section heat sink has a constant width of 100 Î¼m and constant depth of 200 Î¼m andÂ radius of the fanshaped reentrant cavity is 100 Î¼m.
a) 
b) 
c) 
Fig. 1. a) Geometry of microchannel in the present study b) Crosssectional plane of transverse nonuniform magnetic field c) Transverse uniform magnetic field
In this study, used the finite volume (FV) method to numerically solved nonlinear partial differential equations. The velocity pressure coupling by SIMPLEC algorithm. The discretization of momentum and energy equations used the second order upwind scheme and the solid phase equations became discretization by first order scheme.
In this study for evaluate of effect the mesh points on the precision of the results, several grid sizes have been tested for the constant heat flux at Re = 300 are given in Table 3. The 1188000 grids is adequately suitable.
Table 3. Grid independent test (Re = 200,T0 = 300, 4% vol.).
V/V0 
T/T0 
Grid 
1.038 
1.027 
672914 
1.029 
1.019 
889440 
1.023 
1.013 
1188000 
1.02 
1.011 
1591128 
In order to validate this, the amount of mean temperature at the bottom of the microchannel compared by numerical result of Chai et al.[45](Fig.2). Also for comparison effect the magnetic field, the dimensionless velocity under the magnetic field compared by analytical results of Shercliff [46] that shown in Fig. 3 and can be seen a good agreement between results.
Figure 2. Comparison of the results for average temperature bottom heat sink
Fig.3 Comparison between numerical and analytical results for flow under magnetic field
Boundary conditions
The set of nonlinear elliptical governing equations are solved by using the boundary conditions in the entrance of microchannel (Z = 0),
u = 0; v = 0; w = v0 ; T = T0 
(26) 
at the microchannel outlet (Z = 2.7 mm):
; u = 0; v = 0 ;P = Patm 
(27) 
In the left and right sides of microchannel outer adiabatic walls (X = 0 & w):
(28) 
In the microchannel inner walls:
(29) 

(30) 
Finally, a constant heat flux condition is imposed at micro heat sink bottom wall (y = 0).
Results and discussion
The variations of pressure drop and Reynolds number for various transverse magnetic fields are shown in Fig. 3a. It can be seen that for a given fluid, the pressure drop increases by increasing the Reynolds number because rising the velocity inlet. As shown in Fig. 3b whit increases intensity uniform and nonuniform magnetic field in the same Reynolds number (Re=300), the pressure drop increases for nonuniform magnetic because the secondary flow near wall became larger and powerful. Also scale up particle diameter of 10nm to 30nm decreasing pressure drop (Fig. 3c).
a) 
b) 
c) 
Fig. 3. Effects of various a) Reynolds number [H=6Ã106, dp=30nm] b) power magnetic field gradients [Re=300, dp=30nm] c) particle diameter [H=8Ã106, Re=300] on the pressure drop
Fig. 4 presented streamlines for various magnetic fields at 0.0015â‰¤ Z â‰¤0.002. As shown in Fig.4, when magnetic field is weak the streamlines same together because the magnetic field had not enough powerful for veer stream. By increases intensity magnetic field the nanofluid flow shift to near wall and thereupon the vortex in reentrant cavities became powerful Fig.5.
Fig. 4. Stream lines in same Reynolds number (Re=300) and particle diameter [dp= 30nm] for a) nonmagnetic field b) nonuniform magnetic field (H=6Ã106 A/m) c) uniform magnetic field (H=6Ã106 A/m)
Fig. 5. Stream lines in same Reynolds number (Re=300) and particle diameter [dp= 30nm] for nonuniform magnetic field a) H= 6Ã106 A/m c) H=8Ã106 A/m
The friction factor decreases as Reynolds number increases (Fig. 6a). The magnetic field cannot overcome viscous force and affect mean velocity when intensity magnetic field is low, therefor the friction factor is almost fixed for using magnetic and nonmagnetic field. Whit increases intensity magnetic field the mean velocity decreases and while the pressure drop increases (Fig. 3.b); therefore, the friction factor increases at maximum intensity field (Fig. 6b). Also scale up particle diameter the main velocity and pressure drop decreases. The uniform transverse magnetic field is depended to velocity that whit decreasing velocity the uniform transverse effect decreases on flow, so friction factor rising (Fig. 6c).
a) 
b) 
c) 
Fig. 6. Effects of various a) Reynolds number [H=6Ã106, dp=30nm] b) power magnetic field gradients [Re=300, dp=30nm] c) particle diameter [H=8Ã106, Re=300] on the friction factor
Figure 7 shows the variations of average temperature bottom heat sink for different condition. Whit increasing Reynolds numbers the velocity increasing too and the vortex in reentrant cavities became bigger and powerful, thus average temperature bottom heat sink decreases (Fig. 7a). Effects of various power magnetic field gradients [Re=300, dp=30nm] on average temperature bottom heat sink presented in Fig. 7b. When the intensity magnetic field is weak cannot affect average velocity because cannot overcome viscous force. By strengthening the nonuniform transverse magnetic field the average velocity became larger and growth vortex in channel, therefore average temperature bottom heat sink reduces. Particle diameter rising, the nonuniform transverse magnetic had more effect than uniform transverse magnetic and nonmagnetic on average temperature bottom heat sink (Fig. 7c). Whit scale up particle diameter decreasing thermal conductivity and heat transfer for when applied uniform transverse magnetic because it independent of particle diameter.
Figure 8 presented the variations of average Nusselt number for different condition. Nusselt number enhances with Reynolds number increases (Fig. 8a). In larger Reynolds number the magnetic field can't conquest to viscosity force and shear stress, therefore the magnetic field hasn't effect on nanofluid flow and should apply larger magnetic field. The same Reynolds [Re=300] number, nonuniform transverse magnetic has more effect than uniform transverse magnetic on heat transfer nanofluid flow (Fig. 8b). Figure 8c show the variations of average heat transfer for different particle diameter. When scale up particle diameter, increases effect nonuniform transverse magnetic on flow because depended to particle diameter.
a) 
b) 
c) 
Fig. 7. Effects of various a) Reynolds number [H=6Ã106, dp=30nm] b) power magnetic field gradients [Re=300, dp=30nm] c) particle diameter [H=8Ã106, Re=300] on average temperature bottom heat sink
a) 
b) 
c) 
Fig. 8. Effects of various a) Reynolds number [H=6Ã106, dp=30nm] b) power magnetic field gradients [Re=300, dp=30nm] c) particle diameter [H=8Ã106, Re=300] on average temperature bottom heat sink
Conclusions
In this study, the laminar nanofluid flow in a microchannel heat sink under transverse magnetic field is investigated. For numerically simulation used the two phase mixture models and finite volume method. When using the nonuniform magnetic field increasing the main heat transfer and friction factor almost fix by uniform magnetic field. When scale up particle diameter under nonuniform magnetic field the main heat transfer and friction factor increases but for apply uniform magnetic field main heat transfer.
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