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Selection of Rational Heat Transfer Intensifiers in the Heat Exchanger

# 12, December 2016
DOI: 10.7463/1216.0852444
Article file: SE-BMSTU...o056.pdf (1421.81Kb)
authors: S.A. Burtsev1,2,*, Yu.A. Vinogradov1, N.A. Kiselev1,2, M.M. Strongin1



1 Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

2 Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia

The paper considers the applicability of different types of heat transfer intensifiers in the heat exchange equipment. A review of the experimental and numerical works devoted to the intensification of the dimpled surface, surfaces with pins and internally ribbed surface were presented and data on the thermal-hydraulic characteristics of these surfaces were given.
We obtained variation of thermal-hydraulic efficiency criteria for 4 different objective functions and 15 options for the intensification of heat transfer. This makes it possible to evaluate the advantages of the various heat transfer intensifiers.
These equations show influence of thermal and hydraulic characteristics of the heat transfer intensifiers (the values of the relative heat transfer and drag coefficients) on the basic parameters of the shell-and-tube heat exchanger: the number and length of the tubes, the volume of the heat exchanger matrix, the coolant velocity in the heat exchanger matrix, coolant flow rate, power to pump coolant (or pressure drop), the amount of heat transferred, as well as the average logarithmic temperature difference.
The paper gives an example to compare two promising heat transfer intensifiers in the tubes and shows that choosing the required efficiency criterion to search for optimal heat exchanger geometry is of importance.
Analysis is performed to show that a dimpled surface will improve the effectiveness of the heat exchanger despite the relatively small value of the heat transfer intensification, while a significant increase in drag of other heat transfer enhancers negatively affects their thermal-hydraulic efficiency.
For example, when comparing the target functions of reducing the heat exchanger volume, the data suggest that application of dimpled surfaces in various fields of technology is possible. But there are also certain surfaces that can reduce the parameters of a heat exchanger.
It is shown that further work development should be aimed at the search for optimal heat transfer surfaces and at clarifying the criteria for thermal-hydraulic efficiency. Consideration of the effect of heat transfer on the outside surface of the tubes, thermal conductivity of the tube material, as well as the appearance of fouling on heat transfer surfaces is required.

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