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High heat transfer oxidizer heat exchanger design and analysis

High heat transfer oxidizer heat exchanger design and analysis

final report, Jan. 1985 - Oct. 1986

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Published by NASA Lewis Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Cleveland, Ohio, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat exchangers.,
  • Space vehicles -- Propulsion systems.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[T.D. Kmiec, P.G. Kanic, R.J. Peckham].
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-179596.
    ContributionsKanic, P. G., Peckham, R. J., Lewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15391245M

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High heat transfer oxidizer heat exchanger design and. Get this from a library. High heat transfer oxidizer heat exchanger design and analysis: final report, Jan. - Oct. [T D Kmiec; P G Kanic; R J Peckham; Lewis Research Center.].

Basic Heat‐Transfer and Pressure‐Drop Analysis: Basic Equations and Definitions of Heat‐Transfer Analysis: Fundamental Concepts: Temperature Distributions and Heat Exchanger Effectiveness: Dimensionless Methods for Exchanger Heat‐Transfer Analysis: Extensions of the Basic Heat‐Transfer Theory: Cited by: 2.

The ultimate aim of this report is to design an Air Cooled Heat Exchanger, preferably of shell and tube type, that can be used to transfer the heat energy generated in the windings of 3-phase Induction motor working at rpm (Assumed).

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A description of the design, construction and applications of unfired heat exchangers used in the process industries, giving guidance on the merits and limitations of the different types, details of their materials of construction and cost and numerous examples of design calculations.

Efficient heat transfer: The corrugations of the plates and the small hydraulic diameter enhance the formation of turbulent flow, so that high rates of heat transfer can be obtained for the fluids. Consequently, up to 90% of the heat can be recovered, compared to only 50% in the case of shell-and-tube heat exchangers.

Highlights The heat transfer process of the buried spiral coils in piles are described. An analytical transient model and the relative temperature algorithm are derived.

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(N.G.G.) Discover the world's research. Heat Exchangers: Construction and Thermal Design (Designing for Heat Transfer) 1st Edition by Edward A. Saunders (Author) ISBN   Heat Exchanger for Thermal Oxidizer Heat Exchanger for Thermal Oxidizer RV (Mechanical) some years ago I had to perform the design of one downstream heat exchanger for thermal oxidizer off-gas in one sulphur recovery plant (BV&Pritchard technology).

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Here is an example of a (1 shell pass and 2 tube passes) heat exchanger. As you can see, in a 12 heat exchanger, the tube- -side fluid flows the entire length of the. Unequal Heat Transfer Area in Individual Exchanger Passes Finite Number of Baffles Summary References Review Questions Problems 5 Thermal Design Theory for Regenerators Heat Transfer Analysis Assumptions for Regenerator Heat Transfer Analysis.

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Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (Fax [UK] 31,). This particular Seminar No. 18 on the Design and Operation of Heat Exchangers was the first one on this topic and was held at the Universitat der Bundeswehr Hamburg (University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg) from February 27 to.

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A characteristic of heat exchanger design is the procedure of specifying a design, heat. heat transfer area. Therefore a plate type heat exchanger, as compared to a similarly sized tube and shell heat exchanger, is capable of transferring much more heat. This is due to the larger area the plates provide over tubes.

Due to the high heat transfer efficiency of the plates, plate type heat exchangers are usually very small when compared.

The difference between the design heat-transfer coefficient and the service heat-transfer coefficient provides a safety factor, often known as “excess area” because it is equivalent to specifying a larger heat-transfer area than necessary.

The excess area is usually a minimum of 10%, but can be up to 30%. Choose a value from your plant’s or. Solid particles have been proposed as a possible high-temperature heat-transfer or storage medium that is inexpensive and stable at high temperatures above 1,°C.

The particle/sCO 2 heat exchanger (HX) provides a connection between the. Heat transfer/pressure drop for different in stocks used in. The design of a heat exchanger is a complex task and requires attention to many parameters.

Of utmost im­ portance for a liquid to air heat exchanger are the power requirements and size of the pump and fan. The design might not be practical if it results in a very low overall. Secondary heat recovery systems capture excess energy in the exhaust stream of processes or oxidizers.

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The concept sounds relatively straightforward. As with most things, however, the proof lies in the details. This work presents a numerical study of the dynamic and thermal behavior of a turbulent flow in a shell and tube heat exchanger equipped with a new design of baffle type wing.

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The temperature gradient exists widely and the tubesheet, shell as well as heat transfer tubes can’t transform freely.

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Optimal designs thus involve the constraints of capital and energy costs, which are constantly changing.In this case, the secondary heat exchanger is integral to the plant's coating process; it is used to heat the tower dryer of the AISCO coating machine.

The plant engineers had noticed a steady decline in the heat available from the oxidizer and secondary heat exchanger.

By the time of Anguil's investigation, the oxidizer took up to six hours to.A waste heat recovery unit (WHRU) is an energy recovery heat exchanger that recovers heat from hot streams with high energy contents.

In this study, the modification of the design of the waste heat recovery unit which receives flue gases from the boiler in order extract the heat from flue gases and enhance the heat transfer rate.