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    Title: An Analytical Study of Concentric Circular Heat Exchangers with an Impermeable Sheet Inserted for Double-Pass Operations
    Other Titles: 二行程同心套管熱交換器之研究
    Authors: Ho, Chii-Dong;Yeh, Ho-Ming;Yang, Wen-Yi
    Keywords: Heat transfer;Concentric circular device;Double-pass operation;Conjugated Graetz problem
    Date: 2003/07/01
    Issue Date: 2016-04-22 13:21:12 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺灣化學工程學會
    Abstract: .A design of inserting a concentric tube with negligible thickness to divide a circular conduit into two subchannels for double-pass flow and recyclic operations, resulting in substantially improved the heat transfer, has been designed and investigated. The results are represented graphically and compared with those in a single-pass device (without an inserting concentric tube and recycle). Heat transfer improvement IS considerably obtainable by employing such a double-pass recyclic device, instead of using the single-pass one. The effect of concentric tube location on the heat transfer efficiency enhancement as well as on the power consumption increment, has been also discussed.
    Relation: 中國化學工程學會會誌=Journal of the Chinese Institute of Chemical Engineers 34(4), pp.441-445
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering] Journal Article

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