|Series||The University of Texas Publication, no. 3819, May 15, 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39 p. table, diag.|
|Number of Pages||39|
Experimental investigation of shell side heat transfer and pressure drop in a mini-channel shell and tube heat exchanger. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , , DOI: /masstransferCited by: Multimedia Edition of Heat Exchanger Design Handbook (HEDH) is the standard reference source for heat transfer and heat exchanger design. This Multimedia Edition contains interactive features that bring the rigorous and authoritative material from HEDH to life. ISBN: Pressure drop is a phenomenon with both positive and negative consequences for the heat transfer process. Pressure drop utilization Excessive pressure drop is of course negative, because the flow must then be pushed through the BPHE using a lot of pump power. High pump power can be achieved only with large pumps. The second edition adds the following new information: introductory material on heat transfer enhancement; an application of the Bell-Delaware method; new correlation for calculating heat transfer and friction coefficients for chevron-type plates; revision of many of the solved examples and the addition of several new ones.-MEMagazine. Read more.
Counter flow and parallel flow are not the only possible flow configurations in a heat transfer apparatus. For example shell-and-tube heat exchangers (S&THXs) enable the realization of other flow configurations, in addition to counter flow and parallel flow. Such an exchanger is schematically represented in by: 1. Jeong, Ji Hwan, Chang, Keun Sun, Kweon, Young Chel, Lee, Sang Jae, and Lee, Min Kyu. "Study on the Air-Side Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop for Fin-Tube Heat Exchangers." Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition. Heat Transfer, Volume 7. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. November 17–22, pp Author: Ji Hwan Jeong, Keun Sun Chang, Young Chel Kweon, Sang Jae Lee, Min Kyu Lee. Heat transfer is not the consequence (or effect) of pressure drop. In the absence of a temperature gradient, it is possible to have pressure drop in a flow without heat transfer. Similarly, in unconfined convection over an external surface (imagine flow over a hot flat plate or for more simplicity. Your best bet is to purchase software for the pressure drop calculations in shell-and-tube heat exchangers. This is especially true if there is a change of phase and/or the heat transfer is non-linear. If you do hand calculations, I suggest the Heat Exchanger Design Handbook(HEDH).
Get this from a library! Heat transfer and pressure drop in heat exchangers,. [Byron Elliott Short]. Pressure-DropAnalysis, Temperature-DependentFluidProperties, Performance Failures, Flow Maldistribution, Fouling, andCorrosion Heat ExchangerPressure-Drop Analysis Heat transfer and frictional pressure drop during condensation in plate heat exchangers: Assessment of correlations and a new method. Highlights•Summary of an experimental database including heat transfer data and frictional pressure drop data.•Survey and classification of heat transfer and frictional pressure drop correlations.•Assessment of correlations with the experimental. Pressure drop in a plate heat exchanger. The pressure drop is an important parameter that needs to be considered in the design and optimization of a plate heat exchanger. In any process, it should be kept as close as possible to the design value, with a tolerance range established according to the available pumping by: 3.