عنوان مقاله [English]
In this study, the effect of fluid-solid interaction on forced convection flow in a channel with the two-dimensional incompressible fluid flow is investigated. One surface can exchange heat and the other is elastic and insulated. As the fluid flows through the hot and oscillating elastic surfaces, the rate of heat transfer to the fluid varies. In this case, the heat exchange rate behaves as a function of the conditions of the oscillating elastic surface, one of the factors affecting the heat exchange is the vibration amplitude of the elastic surface. Therefore, the aim of the simulation is to investigate the application of the replacement of the elastic boundary with the rigid boundary in a part of the channel and the effect of the maximum size of the amplitude of vibration of the vibrating elastic surface on the heat transfer rate. It was found that the average Nusselt number and the average temperature of the air leaving the channel increase with the replacement of the elastic surface with a part of the rigid channel boundary. Also, with increasing the maximum amplitude of oscillation wall vibration, the Naselt number, the average temperature of the output fluid, and the rate of heat transfer from the constant temperature level to the operating fluid increases.