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Dr.Tian Jian Lu is a professor at the School of Aerospace,Xi’an
Jiaotong University,Xi’an,China.Dr.Feng Xu is a professor at the
Key Laboratory of Biomedical Information Engineering of Ministry of
Education,School of Life Science and Technology,Xi’an Jiaotong
University.Dr.Ting Wen is now an engineer at Shell Global Solutions
Inc.Dr.Lu and Dr.Xu are also affiliated with Biomedical Engineering
and Biomechanics Center,Xi’an Jiaotong University.



chapter 1 introduction1.1 introduction and synopsis1.2 cellular solids1.3 periodic cellular solids1.3.1 2d periodic cellular solids1.3.2 3d periodic cellular solids1.4 multifunctional applications1.5 aims and outline of the bookreferenceschapter 2 experimental and numerical methods2.1 introduction2.2 experimental methods2.2.1 experimental setup2.2.2 experimental procedure2.2.3 data analysis2.3 numerical method2.3.1 computational domain2.3.2 mesh generation2.3.3 physical boundary conditions2.3.4 cfd solver2.3.5 mesh sensitivityreferenceschapter 3 2d periodic cellular metals3.1 introduction and synopsis3.2 characterization and fabrication of 2d cellular solids..3.2.1 what are 2d cellular solids3.2.2 characterizing 2d cellular solids3.2.3 fabrication of 2d cellular solids3.3 mechanical properties of 2d cellular metals3.3.1 general mechanical behaviour3.3.2 comparisons of 2d cellular metals with different cellshapes3.3.3 comparisons of 2d cellular metals with other cellularmetals3.4 fluid-flow behaviour and pressure loss3.4.1 local pressure loss3.4.2 frictionm pressure loss3.4.3 overall pressure loss3.5 heat transfer3.5.1 conjugated conduction-convection heat transfer process3.5.2 local temperature and heat flux distributions3.5.3 overall heat transfer characteristics3.6 summaryreferenceschapter 4 3d periodic cellular metals i. textile4.1 introduction and synopsis4.2 characterization and fabrication of woven textiles4.2.1 topology of textile core4.2.2 porosity and surface area density4.2.3 fabrication4.3 mechanical properties of woven textiles4.4 flow and pressure loss behaviour4.4.1 model4.4.2 experimental result4.5 heat transfer4.5.1 effective thermal conductivity4.5.2 convective heat transfer4.5.3 volumetric heat transfer coefficient4.6 summaryreferenceschapter 5 3d periodic cellular metals ii. lattice-framematerials5.1 introduction and synopsis5.2 characterization and fabrication of lattice-framematerials(lfms)5.2.1 topology5.2.2 manufacturing process5.3 mechanical properties of the lfm5.4 fluid flow behaviour in the lattice-frame material5.4.1 fluid-flow in the lattice-frame material5.4.2 flow in x-y plane5.4.3 flow on strut surfaces5.4.4 fluid-flow in the lfm5.4.5 surface flow patterns on the endwall plates5.5 pressure loss behaviour in the lattice-frame material5.5.1 pressure loss per unit cell5.5.2 pressure loss mechanisms in the lfm5.5.3 effects of topological parameters on the overall pressurelosses5.6 heat transfer5.6.1 introduction5.6.2 thermo-fluid characterisation of the lfm5.6.3 local temperature distribution in forced air convection5.6.4 overall heat transfer behaviour5.6.5 effect of entry and exit regions on the overall endwall heattransfer5.6.6 effects of thermal conductivity on the overall heattransfer5.6.7 heat transfer due to flow mixing vs. convection from extendedsurface5.6.8 endwall surface heat transfer distribution5.6.9 details of the heat transfer on the strut surfaces(orientation a)5.6.10 vortex structures in heat transfer5.6.11 contribution of the local flow features to the overall heattransfer5.6.12 effects of porosity and surface area density on the overallheat transfer5.6.13 optimum porosity for both the pressure loss and heattransfer in the lfm5.7 summary5.7.1 flow5.7.2 pressure loss5.7.3 heat transfer5.7.4 the lfm as a multifunctional heat exchangerreferenceschapter 6 overall evaluation of thermo-fluid performance6.1 introduction and synopsis6.2 evaluation of overall pressure loss6.3 evaluation of overall heat transfer6.4 overall thermo-fluid performance evaluation6.4.1 thermal efficiency index6.4.2 comparisons of overall thermal performance6.5 summaryreferenceschapter 7 theoretical analysis7.1 introduction and synopsis7.2 fin analogy model of 2d periodic cellular solids7.2.1 description of the problem7.2.2 case i——isothermal surfaces7.2.3 case ii——constant heat flux surfaces7.2.4 optimal thermal design7.3 fin analogy model of 3d i. woven textile7.3.1 problem description7.3.2 governing equation of fin model7.3.3 overall heat transfer rate of woven textile7.3.4 model verification7.3.5 discussions7.4 fin analogy model of 3d ii. lattice-frame materials7.4.1 formulation of a governing fin equation7.4.2 empirical heat transfer data input7.4.3 model verification7.4.4 discussions7.5 analysis of 2d periodical cellular metals with developingflow7.5.1 introduction7.5.2 problem description7.5.3 analysis7.5.4 validation of optimization analysis7.5.5 case studies and discussions7.6 summaryreferenceschapter 8 future8.1 multi-layered lfm8.2 optimal design for 2d cellular materials8.2.1 optimal design of 2d cellular materials for multifunctionalapplications8.2.2 optimal design of 2d cellular materials with gradedrectangular cells8.3 thermo-fluid characteristics of 2d cellular materials withmicro cells8.4 heat transfer enhancement techniques to 2d cellularmetals8.5 woven screens with hollow struts8.6 effects of flow unsteadiness on the heat transferenhancement8.7 multi-block 2d periodic cellular metals8.7.1 pressure loss8.7.2 heat transfer8.7.3 multi-block: worthwhile or not8.7.4 conclusionsreferences


Thermo-fluid behaviour of periodic cellular metals =

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