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By Zhi-Xin Li, Zeng-Yuan Guo (auth.), Liqiu Wang (eds.)

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5 mm in wall thickness and 2m in effective length, but with different alternate segments which are 40, 50, 60 mm respectively. During the experiments, the fluid outside the AEA tube is deionized water, while the fluid inside the tube is either deionized water or 22# lubricating oil. -X. -Y. Guo Table 4 Dimensions of the tested alternating elliptical axis tubes No. 8 C (mm) 6 6 6 P (mm) 40 50 60 For experiments with the deionized water as the working fluid the temperature difference between hot and cold fluids is between 10 and 25 ◦C.

32) for the prescribed heat flow rate at the boundary (note: hear the heat flow rate is equal to the total heat source in the domain, the outlet temperature is fixed, we want to find the minimum average temperature of the domain, so as to obtain the minimum temperature difference for heat conduction), we have, 1 2  TdV = Qtδ Tm = δ δ ∫∫∫ Φ ∫∫∫ k ( ∇T ) dV = 0 V V 2 (36) with the constraint, ∫∫∫ kdV = Const (37) V For the above optimization problem, the following functional can be constructed, ⎡1 ⎤ J = ∫∫∫ ⎢ k (∇T ) 2 + λ1k ⎥ dV 2 ⎦ V ⎣ (38) where λ1 is a Lagrange multiplier, which is a constant.

50) gives S g Qt = ⎛ T1 − T2 ⎞ Qt ⎛1⎞ + − dA Q dA ⎜ ⎟ 2 ∫∫ T ∫∫A ⎝ T2T1 ⎠ ⎜⎝ T ⎟⎠m A1 + A2 1 2 (52) This implies that the minimum entropy generation rate corresponds no longer to the lowest average temperature in the domain, because the additional term ( T1 − T2 ) / T1T2 and Q2 varies with the thermal conductivity distribution. (49). To validate the above analysis, the numerical calculations for the optimization of volume-to-point problems are performed based on the MEG principle, and the results are compared with those given by the EED principle.

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