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Topology optimization of convective laminar heat transfer

Abstract : The topology optimization of systems subject to a fluid flow shows a wide potential for designing optimal and innovative structures. The present works apply the concepts of shape optimization and shape derivative to laminar flows (Navier-Stokes) coupled with heat transfers. In addition to the direct model introduction, a special attention is given to the bi-objective optimization problem and to the algorithm carried out to solve it. The shape derivative is computed thanks to an adjoint state based on a discretization process using the finite volume method. The results show the optimal path of a fluid within a solid domain, taking into account both objectives relative to the minimization of the viscous dissipation and to the maximization of the thermal heat transfer.
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Gilles Marck, Maroun Nemer, Jean-Luc Harion. Topology optimization of convective laminar heat transfer . Congrès SMAI 2013, May 2013, Seignosse, France. pp.369 - 378, ⟨10.1051/proc/201445038⟩. ⟨hal-01475420⟩

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