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International Journal of Technology
The fluid flow pattern in a thermoacoustic resonator is an important characteristic that affects the performance of the thermoacoustic refrigerator. The main factor that affects the flow and subsequently the heat transfer processes between the oscillating fluid and the stack walls is the geometry of the stack unit, especially related to the stack thickness and stack separation. In this paper, a two-dimensional numerical simulation of the inviscid fluid flow around the stack unit in a quarterdoi:10.14716/ijtech.v6i4.1022 fatcat:35yhb26yzna4porwppcxgr3vey