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In air compressor heat can generated by two ways, heat produce by friction as well as by due to compress of air at high pressure. so this heat will transfer to atmosphere by fins. but normally circular fins are used in compressor cylinder. In our project we adopt different types of fins for experiment process and select most effective cooling fin.

This Mechanical projects reports a study carried out using 3-D modeling and finite element analysis for cooling fin. Using unigraphics  as a 3-D modeling software the 3-D model of the various types of cooling fin created. Using Neutral file format the model was imported into Ansys. Here the solid model was converted into Finite Element model. Boundary conditions such as maximum temperature of the cylinder, convective heat transfer coefficient, ambient temperature and material properties such as thermal conductivity of the material are used as set of parameters for the program. Heat flux and temperature profiles were used as measure of efficiency.

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