HEAT EXCHANGER DESIGN WITH HIGH-PERFORMANCE GEOMETRY

Автор(и)

  • M. F. Kalinina Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine
  • V. V. Mykolaichuk Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine

Анотація

A typical implementation of heat exchange equipment is plate, shell and tube heat exchangers, heat exchangers of the "Pipe in a pipe" type. These designs were designed back in the last century and due to the limitations of technological manufacturing processes for some time were without alternatives. However, the design of heat exchangers with high-performance geometry is a new direction in the development of heat exchangers. These heat exchangers have an unusual shape, which allows to improve their performance and efficiency [1].

Посилання

Tozhbe S., Kokaef D., Kokaef I. (2019). Overview of heat exchanger design and optimization methods: Comprehensive analysis. Energy conversion and management.

NTopology. (2021). Heat exchanger design with highly efficient geometry. https://ntopology.com/blog/heat-exchanger-design-high-performance/

Ma, H., Balaji, K. (2019). Investigation of heat transfer and fluid flow in corrugated channels using numerical simulation. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.

Xu, H., Guo, L., and Wu, H. (2016). Thermal analysis and design optimization of radiators with a hybrid shape. Applied heat engineering.

Zhang, P., Wu, Z., Li, S., Li, J., and He, Y. (2021). Design of a radiator with gyroid channels using multi-criteria optimization. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.

Savchenko, M. Yu., Kostromina, M. A. (2018). Research of heat exchangers with corrugated surfaces. Technical thermophysics and energy.

Skrypchenko, I. I., Bibyk, O. V., Panchenko, O. M. (2018). Study of the influence of channel geometry on the intensification of heat exchange. Scientific Bulletin of the Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas.

##submission.downloads##

Опубліковано

2023-05-22

Номер

Розділ

BIOTECHNICS. EQUIPMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL INDUSTRIES. ULTRASOUND IN BIOTECHNOLOGY