|HEAT TRANSFER AUGMENTATION OF SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER BY PROVIDING FIN USING CFD|
|Prof. Arvind Singh, Bhoopendra Patel|
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HEAT TRANSFER AUGMENTATION OF SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER BY PROVIDING FIN USING CFD, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(www.ijirt.org) ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 5 ,Issue 9 ,Page(s):251-255 ,February 2019 ,Available :IJIRT147614_PAPER.pdf
|Shell and tube heat exchanger, CFD, Overall heat transfer coefficient, Heat transfer.|
|The conversion, utilization, and recovery of energy in industrial, commercial, and domestic application usually involve a heat transfer process. Improved heat exchange, over and above that in the usual or standard practice, can significantly improve the thermal efficiency in such applications as well as the economics of their design and operation. The need to increase the thermal performance of heat transfer equipment (for instance, heat exchangers), thereby effecting energy, material, and cost savings as well as a consequential mitigation of environmental degradation has led to the development and use of many heat transfer enhancement techniques. These methods are referred to as augmentation or intensification techniques. A multi pass shell and tube heat exchanger with 3 tubes with fins modelling is done using ANSYS 14.5 and meshing has done using ICEM CFD software, simulations has done by using CFD-FLUENT software. Using Fluent, computational fluid dynamics software the pressure drop, Temperature variations and heat transfer are analysed under turbulent flow condition. Nanofluid such as Al2O3-H2O is used as cooling medium. The CFD simulated results achieved from the use of the creating fin in tube side in shell and tube type heat exchanger are compared with without fin. Based on the results, providing fins on tube causes the increment of surface area and Overall heat transfer coefficient which results in the enhancement of heat transfer rate of heat exchanger.|
|Unique Paper ID: 147614|
Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 9
Page(s): 251 - 255
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