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Principles of Enhanced Heat Transfer

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ISBN-10: 0471577782

ISBN-13: 9780471577782

Edition: 1994

Authors: Ralph L. Webb

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List price: $160.00
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/28/1994
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 556
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Introduction To Enhanced Heat Transfer
Introduction
The Enhancement Techniques
Passive Techniques
Active Techniques
1.2.3 Technique vs. Mode
Published Literature
General Remarks
U.S. Patent Literature
Manufacturer's Information
Benefits of Enhancement
Commercial Applications of Enhanced Surfaces
Heat (and Mass) Exchanger Types of Interest
Illustrations of Enhanced Tubular Surfaces
Enhanced Fin Geometries for Gases
Plate Type Heat Exchangers
Cooling Tower Packings
Distillation and Column Packings
Factors Affecting Commercial Development
Definition of Heat Transfer Area
Potential For Enhancement
PEC Example 1.1
PEC Example 1.2
References
Heat Transfer Fundamentals
Introduction
Heat Exchanger Design Theory
Thermal Analysis
Heat Exchanger Design Methods
Comparison of LMTD and NTU Design Methods
Fin Efficiency
Heat Transfer Coefficients and Friction Factors
Laminar Flow Over Flat Plate
Laminar Flow in Ducts
Turbulent Flow in Ducts
Tube Banks (Single-Phase Flow)
Film Condensation
Nucleate Boiling
Correction For Variation of Fluid Properties
Effect of Changing Fluid Temperature
Effect Local Property Variation
Reynolds Analogy
Fouling of Heat Transfer Surfaces
Conclusions
References
Nomenclature
Performance Evaluation Criteria For Single-Phase Flows
Performance Evaluation Criteria (Pec)
Pec For Heat Exchangers
Pec For Single Phase Flow
Objective Function and Constraints
Algebraic Formulation of the PEC
Simple Surface Performance Comparison
Constant Flow Rate
Fixed Flow Area
Thermal Resistance on Both Sides
Relations For St and f
Heat Exchanger Effectiveness
Effect Of Reduced Exchanger Flow Rate
Flow Normal to Finned Tube Banks
Variants of The Pec
Comments on Other Performance Indicators
Shah Soland et al.
Conclusions
References
Nomenclature
Performance Evaluation Criteria For Two-Phase Heat Exchangers
Introduction
Operating Characteristics of Two-Phase Heat Exchangers
Enhancement in Two-Phase Heat Exchange Systems
Work Consuming Systems
Work Producing Systems
Heat Actuated Systems
PEC For Two-Phase Heat Exchange Systems
PEC Calculation Method
PEC Example 4.1
PEC Example 4.2
Conclusions
References
Nomenclature
Plate-And-Fin Extended Surfaces
Introduction
Offset-Strip Fin
Enhancement Principle
PEC Example 5.1
Analytically Based Models for j and f vs. Re
Transition from Laminar to Turbulent Region
Correlations for j and f vs. Re
Use of OSF with Liquids
Effect of Percent Fin Offset
Effect of Burred Edges
Louver Fin
Heat Transfer and Friction Correlations
Flow Structure in the Louver Fin Array
Analytical Model for Heat Transfer and Friction
PEC Example 5.2
Convex Louver Fin
Wavy Fin
3-Dimensional Corrugated Fins
Perforated Fin
Pin Fins and Wire Mesh
Vortex Generators
Types of Vortex Generators
Vortex Generators on a Plate-Fin Surface
Metal Foam Fin
Plain Fin
PEC Example 5.3
Entrance Length Effects
Packings For Gas-Gas Regenerators
Numerical Simulation
Offset-strip fins
Louver Fins
Wavy Channels