The aim of the present study is to investigate the effect of using sinusoidal profile in fins on temperature distribution and heat transfer enhancement. The longitudinal fins of rectangular, triangular, wavy rectangular and wavy triangular profiles are studied using analytical and numerical solution techniques. In addition to known profiles, wavy triangular longitudinal fins are proposed as a new fin configuration. The temperature distribution of wavy triangular fins is obtained using Shooting Method along with Cash-Karp Runge Kutta Method. Besides, CFD analyses in which laminar flow regime is concerned at different air velocities is utilized for the comparison of heat transfer rates and convective heat transfer coefficients. CFD results show that heat transfer convection coefficient values for wavy rectangular fins are the lowest ones among the investigated fins. CFD and analytical results indicate that for lower convective coefficients, the dominancy of triangular fins having wave form on plate type triangular fins is more noticeable than the dominancy of wavy rectangular fins on plate type rectangular fins. Also, further heat transfer augmentation can be provided for wavy triangular fins at higher amplitude lengths. For instance, heat transfer enhancement by 15.3 % can be achieved using wavy triangular fins with thickness of 2 cm, amplitude length of 0.21 cm and three-wave profile in comparison with triangular fins having same dimensions.