Tunde Bello-Ochende, PhD
Tunde Bello-Ochende, PhD
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cape Town
E-mail confirmado em uct.ac.za
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Constructal cooling channels for micro-channel heat sinks
T Bello-Ochende, L Liebenberg, JP Meyer
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 50 (21-22), 4141-4150, 2007
1232007
Heat transfer and thermodynamic performance of a parabolic trough receiver with centrally placed perforated plate inserts
A Mwesigye, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Applied energy 136, 989-1003, 2014
1082014
The efficiency of an open-cavity tubular solar receiver for a small-scale solar thermal Brayton cycle
WG Le Roux, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Energy Conversion and Management 84, 457-470, 2014
1042014
Heat transfer and entropy generation in a parabolic trough receiver with wall-detached twisted tape inserts
A Mwesigye, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 99, 238-257, 2016
1012016
Operating conditions of an open and direct solar thermal Brayton cycle with optimised cavity receiver and recuperator
WG Le Roux, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Energy 36 (10), 6027-6036, 2011
872011
Combined numerical optimization and constructal theory for the design of microchannel heat sinks
T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer, FU Ighalo
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 58 (11), 882-899, 2010
742010
Constructal multi-scale pin–fins
T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer, A Bejan
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 53 (13-14), 2773-2779, 2010
742010
Constructal multi-scale cylinders with natural convection
T Bello-Ochende, A Bejan
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 48 (21-22), 4300-4306, 2005
732005
Constructal multi-scale cylinders in cross-flow
T Bello-Ochende, A Bejan
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 48 (7), 1373-1383, 2005
702005
A review on the thermodynamic optimisation and modelling of the solar thermal Brayton cycle
WG Le Roux, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 28, 677-690, 2013
642013
Thermodynamic optimisation of the integrated design of a small‐scale solar thermal Brayton cycle
WG Le Roux, T Bello‐Ochende, JP Meyer
International Journal of Energy Research 36 (11), 1088-1104, 2012
622012
Maximal heat transfer density: Plates with multiple lengths in forced convection
T Bello-Ochende, A Bejan
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 43 (12), 1181-1186, 2004
552004
A review of thermal energy storage designs, heat storage materials and cooking performance of solar cookers with heat storage
L Nkhonjera, T Bello-Ochende, G John, CK King’ondu
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 75, 157-167, 2017
542017
Constructal design of combined microchannel and micro pin fins for electronic cooling
OO Adewumi, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 66, 315-323, 2013
532013
Minimum entropy generation due to heat transfer and fluid friction in a parabolic trough receiver with non-uniform heat flux at different rim angles and concentration ratios
A Mwesigye, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Energy 73, 606-617, 2014
502014
Numerical investigation of entropy generation in a parabolic trough receiver at different concentration ratios
A Mwesigye, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Energy 53, 114-127, 2013
482013
Multi-objective and thermodynamic optimisation of a parabolic trough receiver with perforated plate inserts
A Mwesigye, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Applied Thermal Engineering 77, 42-56, 2015
472015
Numerical modelling and optimisation of natural convection heat loss suppression in a solar cavity receiver with plate fins
LC Ngo, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Renewable Energy 74, 95-105, 2015
442015
Optimum performance of the small-scale open and direct solar thermal Brayton cycle at various environmental conditions and constraints
WG Le Roux, T Bello-Ochende, JP Meyer
Energy 46 (1), 42-50, 2012
412012
Fitting the duct to the “body” of the convective flow
T Bello-Ochende, A Bejan
International journal of heat and mass transfer 46 (10), 1693-1701, 2003
402003
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