Numerical Investigation of Some over an Inclined Plant


  • Ch. Shivaprasad Research Scholar, Sunrise University, Alwar
  • Deepika Vats Professor, Sunrise University, Alwar


The breakdown of geological material, particularly jointed rock masses, is a common source of difficulty for engineers. Triaxial compression experiments are performed on rock-like materials with parallel opening faults to examine the effect of confining load and inclination angle on cracking behavior and failure mechanism. Tensile failure and tensileshear failure are the two patterns, and they occur with equal regularity. There are nine fracture modes outlined, however the one most unique to samples with = 60° under high confining pressure is mode 8. Samples with = 60° have the lowest compressive strength and internal friction from the tests, whereas samples with = 65.31° have the lowest from the revised theory. When the inclination angle is between 0 and 60 degrees, the compressive strength drops; however, when the inclination angle is more than 60 degrees, the strength rises.Here, we report the results of an experimental and computational investigation into the comfort implications of turbulent jets from lobed diffusers. The primary objective is to maximize the effectiveness of air diffusion, the driving flow of ventilation in the occupancy zone, at the lowest possible cost. The tests have been carried out in a chamber with dimensions that allow for optimal performance under the challenging circumstances of a free and hot vertical jet being pushed against the wall. During the studies, the chamber has been sealed off from the outside world. Changes to the temperature of the blowing jet have reduced the temperature differential between the jet and its surroundings.

Key words: Lobed jet, thermal homogenization,comfort, experimental study, numerical simulation