Thermal Design of Heat Exchangers: A Numerical Approach: Direct Sizing and Stepwise Rating Eric M. Smith

ISBN: 9780471965664

Published: April 30th 1997

Hardcover

418 pages


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Thermal Design of Heat Exchangers: A Numerical Approach: Direct Sizing and Stepwise Rating  by  Eric M. Smith

Thermal Design of Heat Exchangers: A Numerical Approach: Direct Sizing and Stepwise Rating by Eric M. Smith
April 30th 1997 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 418 pages | ISBN: 9780471965664 | 10.63 Mb

By adopting a numerical approach to the thermal design of heat exchangers the author extends the theory of performance evaluation to the point where computer software may be written. The computation of mean temperature difference, with accommodationMoreBy adopting a numerical approach to the thermal design of heat exchangers the author extends the theory of performance evaluation to the point where computer software may be written.

The computation of mean temperature difference, with accommodation of longitudinal conduction effects, makes full optimisation of the exchanger core possible. Sets of three partial differential equations for both contra-flow and cross-flow are established and form the bases from which a range of methods of direct-sizing and stepwise rating may proceed. Optimisation of an exchanger for steady-state operation is achieved and transient methods covered, including the Method of Characteristics, and the Single-Blow method of testing is treated.

Numerous aspects of low and high temperature design are discussed, and extensive references to the literature are provided. Schematic algorithms are listed to allow practitioners and students to construct their own solutions and spline-fitting of data is discussed.



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