Paper Title
Experimental Insight To The Natural Convection Heat Transportation Through Perforated Exits

Abstract: Transfer of heat through natural convection within a confined passage on a flat plate is investigated in interaction with an external heat sink. Experimentation relates the role of heat transfer coefficient with heat absorbed by the sink. The optimal position of heated plate and sink for wide-ranging applications are predicted. Secondary heat transfer is the primary reason for affecting the heat transferred from the pilot source. Results indicate that small diameter perforation plate is effective for additional heat transfer used single or in collaboration with other plates. Perforation plates are effective for better cooling applications however, for better heat conservation applications they are not advisable. Large diameter perforation plate play vital role in energy conservation and can be used for heat transportation in conjunction with varying diameter perforation. Smoother surfaces will are useful in conservation of heat and with the use of varying diameter heat sinks, are more effective in transfer of heat.