An Effect of Different Copper Fins and Internal Grooving of Air Cooled Counter to Cross Flow Heat Exchanger - A Review
Author(s):
Prakash Chandra, Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh, Dr. Parag Mishra
Keywords:
Internal grooving , rectangular fin, pressure drop, Annular tube, heat transfer coefficient, turbulent flow
Abstract
The objective of this study is to provide modern analytical and empirical tools for evaluation of the thermal-flow performance or design of air-cooled heat exchangers (ACHE) with copper material of rectangular fin shape and cooling towers. This review consists various factors which effect the performance of ACHE. A fan will be fitted perpendicular to the tube which expand cold air through the fan on tube. When the hot fluid will be flow in tube then internally groove shaped of tube due to high turbulence in fluid. The performance of the various types of fins is presented with respect to the parameters: (1) Reynolds number, (2) fin pitch, (3) fin height, (4) fin thickness, (5) tube diameter, (6) tube pitch, (7) tube type, (8) number of tube rows, and (9) effect of dehumidifying conditions. .The total cost of cycle can be reduced by increasing the effectiveness of heat exchanger. In this Section the conclusions and the recommendations for the future work have been given.
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Unique Paper ID: 157294

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 502 - 508
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