Compact Heat Exchangers

Analysis, Design and Optimization Using FEM and CFD Approach

Author: C. Ranganayakulu

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 544

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Basic heat transfer -- Compact heat exchangers -- Fundamentals of finite element and finite volume methods -- Finite element analysis of compact heat exchangers -- Generation of design data by CFD analysis -- Thermal and mechanical design of compact heat exchanger -- Manufacturing and qualification testing of compact heat exchanger

Compact Heat Exchangers

A Festschrift for A.L. London

Author: Allan D. Kraus

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 775

View: 419

Heat exchangers are a crucial part of aerospace, marine, cryogenic and refrigeration technology. These essays cover such topics as complicated flow arrangements, complex extended surfaces, two-phase flow and irreversibility in heat exchangers, and single-phase heat transfer.

Compact Heat Exchangers

Selection, Design and Operation

Author: J.E. Hesselgreaves

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 502

View: 170

Compact Heat Exchangers: Selection, Design, and Operation, Second Edition, is fully revised to present the most recent and fundamental ideas and industrial concepts in compact heat exchanger technology. This complete reference compiles all aspects of theory, design rules, operational issues, and the most recent developments and technological advancements in compact heat exchangers. New to this edition is the inclusion of micro, sintered, and porous passage description and data, electronic cooling, and an introduction to convective heat transfer fundamentals. New revised content provides up-to-date coverage of industrially available exchangers, recent fouling theories, and reactor types, with summaries of off-design performance and system effects and installations issues in, for example, automobiles and aircraft. Hesselgreaves covers previously neglected approaches, such as the Second Law (of Thermodynamics), pioneered by Bejan and co-workers. The justification for this is that there is increasing interest in life-cycle and sustainable approaches to industrial activity as a whole, often involving exergy (Second Law) analysis. Heat exchangers, being fundamental components of energy and process systems, are both savers and spenders of energy, according to interpretation. Contains revised content, covering industrially available exchangers, recent fouling theories, and reactor types Includes useful comparisons throughout with conventional heat exchangers to emphasize the benefits of CPHE applications Provides a thorough system view from commissioning, operation, maintenance, and design approaches to reduce fouling and fouling factors Compiles all aspects of theory, design rules, operational issues, and the most recent developments and technological advancements in compact heat exchangers

Compact heat exchangers for power and process industries

presented at the 28th National Heat Transfer Conference and Exhibition, San Diego, California, August 9-12, 1992

Author: R. K. Shah

Publisher: Amer Society of Mechanical

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 119

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Compact Heat Exchangers

Selection, Application, Design and Evaluation

Author: Bahman Zohuri

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 559

View: 275

This book describes the fundamentals and applications of compact heat exchangers in energy generation. The text focuses on their efficiency impacts on power systems, particularly emphasizing alternative energy sources such as Concentrated Solar Power and nuclear plants. The various types of compact heat exchanger surfaces and designs are given thorough consideration before the author turns his attention to describing how these compact heat exchangers can be applied to innovative plant designs, and how to conduct operational and safety analyses to optimize thermal efficiency. The book is written at an undergraduate level, but will be useful to practicing engineers and scientists as well.

Compact Heat Exchangers

Selection, Design, and Operation

Author: John E. Hesselgreaves

Publisher: Pergamon Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 398

View: 682

This book presents the ideas and industrial concepts in compact heat exchanger technology that have been developed in the last 10 years or so. Historically, the development and application of compact heat exchangers and their surfaces has taken place in a piecemeal fashion in a number of rather unrelated areas, principally those of the automotive and prime mover, aerospace, cryogenic and refrigeration sectors. Much detailed technology, familiar in one sector, progressed only slowly over the boundary into another sector. This compartmentalisation was a feature both of the user industries themselves, and also of the supplier, or manufacturing industries. These barriers are now breaking down, with valuable cross-fertilisation taking place. One of the industrial sectors that is waking up to the challenges of compact heat exchangers is that broadly defined as the process sector. If there is a bias in the book, it is towards this sector. Here, in many cases, the technical challenges are severe, since high pressures and temperatures are often involved, and working fluids can be corrosive, reactive or toxic. The opportunities, however, are correspondingly high, since compacts can offer a combination of lower capital or installed cost, lower temperature differences (and hence running costs), and lower inventory. In some cases they give the opportunity for a radical re-think of the process design, by the introduction of process intensification (PI) concepts such as combining process elements in one unit. An example of this is reaction and heat exchange, which offers, among other advantages, significantly lower by-product production. To stimulate future research, the author includes coverage of hitherto neglected approaches, such as that of the Second Law (of Thermodynamics), pioneered by Bejan and co- workers. The justification for this is that there is increasing interest in life-cycle and sustainable approaches to industrial activity as a whole, often involving exergy (Second Law) analysis. Heat exchangers, being fundamental components of energy and process systems, are both savers and spenders of exergy, according to interpretation.

Compact Heat Exchangers for the Process Industries

Proceedings of the International Conference on Compact Heat Exhangers for the Process Industries, Held at the Cliff Lodge and Conference Center, Snowbird, Utah, June 22-27, 1997

Author: R. K. Shah

Publisher: Begell House Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 598

View: 355

Compact Heat Exchangers (CHEs) are characterized by large heat transfer area per unit volume of exchanger, resulting in reduced space, weight, and usually reduced energy requirements and cost compared to conventional designs. The objectives of this conference were to identify existing forms of CHEs with their potential use and benefits, to identify the new forms of CHEs, and to identify and discuss barriers and critical issues preventing the broader use of CHEs for the process industry applications.

Application of Compact Heat Exchangers For Combined Cycle Driven Efficiency In Next Generation Nuclear Power Plants

A Novel Approach

Author: Bahman Zohuri

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 366

View: 622

Covers the fundamentals of combined-cycle plants to provide background for understanding the progressive design approaches at the heart of the text Discusses the types of compact heat exchanger surfaces, suggesting novel designs that can be considered for optimal cost effectiveness and maximum energy production Undertakes the thermal analysis of these compact heat exchangers throughout the life cycle, from the design perspective through operational and safety assurance stages This book describes the quest to create novel designs for compact heat exchangers in support of emergent combined cycle nuclear plants. The text opens with a concise explanation of the fundamentals of combined cycles, describing their efficiency impacts on electrical power generation systems. It then covers the implementation of these principles in nuclear reactor power systems, focusing on the role of compact heat exchangers in the combined cycle loop and applying them to the challenges facing actual nuclear power systems. The various types of compact heat exchanger surfaces and designs are given thorough consideration before the author turns his attention to discussing current and projected reactor systems, and how the novel design of these compact heat e xchangers can be applied to innovative designs, operation and safety analyses to optimize thermal efficiency. The book is written at an undergraduate level, but will be useful to practicing engineers and scientists as well.

Computer Simulations in Compact Heat Exchangers

Author: Bengt Sundén

Publisher: Computational Mechanics

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 254

View: 852

During recent years, numerical methods for solving flow and heat transfer problems have been developed to such an extent that reliable predictions of the velocity and temperature fields, associated pressure drops and heat fluxes relevant to compact heat exchangers are possible in many cases. This book shows recent advances in computer simulations in compact heat exchangers as well as describing limitations and areas where further research and development are needed.

Compact heat exchangers--history, technological advancement, and mechanical design problems

presented at the winter annual meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Chicago, Illinois, November 16-21, 1980, and the 24th Annual International Gas Turbine Conference and First ASME Solar Energy Conference, San Diego, California, March 11-15, 1979

Author: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 191

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