By Zhi-Xin Li, Zeng-Yuan Guo (auth.), Liqiu Wang (eds.)
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4 as λ f ,o the x-axis and Y = 1/k as the y-axis, we can obtain a linear relation between X and Y by changing the flow rate outside the tube. The constant C can be determined by curve fitting. 4 (91) The heat transfer performance inside the tube can be determined experimentally after the thermal resistance outside the tube is known. In such experiments the external flow rate is fixed at its maximum to reduce the external convection resistance. The fluid temperature difference between the inlet and outlet inside the tube depends then on the internal flow.
31. Optimization Principles for Heat Convection (a) Photograph 49 (b) Micro-fin profile Fig. 33 in Fig. 32 (a) and (b) for high and low Reynolds numbers, respectively. 2. The dotted line is the Gnielinski empirical correlation for oil with the Prandtl number of 80. The filled and open symbols represent the Nusselt numbers with water and oil as the working fluids, respectively. Fig. 32 (a) shows that for flows with a low Prandtl number fluid (the filled symbols with water as the working fluid), the heat transfer is not enhanced until the Reynolds number larger than 10,000, which is defined as the critical Reynolds number for heat transfer enhancement, Receh.
93 1 11. 1W 70 0. 0 K Fig. 9 K Fig. 9 Optimization Principles for Heat Convection Average temperature K ˅1000 ˄ 33 Uniform k EED principle MEG principle 800 600 400 300 250 200 T2 (K) 150 100 Fig. 22 shows that the average temperatures are largely reduced after optimization according to either the EED or MEG principles for the case of T1 = T2 = 300 K . However, the average temperatures after optimization according to the MEG principle do not decrease as T2 is much less than T1. This indicates that the EED principle is more preferable than the MEG principle for heat conduction optimization with the purpose of the reduction of the domain temperature.
Advances in Transport Phenomena 2010 by Zhi-Xin Li, Zeng-Yuan Guo (auth.), Liqiu Wang (eds.)