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The Influence of the Structure of Heat Transfer Surfaces on Polymeric Hollow Fibre Heat Exchangers

BROŽOVÁ, T. ASTROUSKI, I. RAUDENSKÝ, M.

Original Title

The Influence of the Structure of Heat Transfer Surfaces on Polymeric Hollow Fibre Heat Exchangers

English Title

The Influence of the Structure of Heat Transfer Surfaces on Polymeric Hollow Fibre Heat Exchangers

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Polymeric hollow fibre heat exchangers are the new alternative to common metal heat exchangers. These heat exchangers provide such advantages as low weight, corrosion resistance, easy shaping and machining. Moreover, they consume less energy during their production. Therefore, they are environmentally friendly. The paper deals with the shell & tube heat exchangers which consist of hundreds of polymeric hollow fibres. The structure of the heat transfer surfaces has a significant influence on the effectivity of the use of a heat transfer area that is formed by the polymeric hollow fibres. The presented study gives the comparison of the heat exchangers with an identical outer volume. The difference between them is in the structure of the heat transfer insert. One of the presented heat exchangers has the fibres that are parallel to each other and the second heat exchanger has the fibres that are crossed by 45° across the layers. The study also pays attention to the differential pressures and their difference caused by the difference in the structure of the heat transfer surfaces.

English abstract

Polymeric hollow fibre heat exchangers are the new alternative to common metal heat exchangers. These heat exchangers provide such advantages as low weight, corrosion resistance, easy shaping and machining. Moreover, they consume less energy during their production. Therefore, they are environmentally friendly. The paper deals with the shell & tube heat exchangers which consist of hundreds of polymeric hollow fibres. The structure of the heat transfer surfaces has a significant influence on the effectivity of the use of a heat transfer area that is formed by the polymeric hollow fibres. The presented study gives the comparison of the heat exchangers with an identical outer volume. The difference between them is in the structure of the heat transfer insert. One of the presented heat exchangers has the fibres that are parallel to each other and the second heat exchanger has the fibres that are crossed by 45° across the layers. The study also pays attention to the differential pressures and their difference caused by the difference in the structure of the heat transfer surfaces.

Keywords

Polymeric hollow fibre; heat exchanger; heat transfer.

Released

09.04.2019

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-214-5733-1

Book

ERIN 2019

Edition

1

Edition number

1

Pages from

14

Pages to

14

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT156796,
  author="Tereza {Kůdelová} and Ilya {Astrouski} and Miroslav {Raudenský}",
  title="The Influence of the Structure of Heat Transfer Surfaces on Polymeric Hollow Fibre Heat Exchangers",
  annote="Polymeric hollow fibre heat exchangers are the new alternative to common metal heat exchangers. These heat exchangers provide such advantages as low weight, corrosion resistance, easy shaping and machining. Moreover, they consume less energy during their production. Therefore, they are environmentally friendly. The paper deals with the shell & tube heat exchangers which consist of hundreds of polymeric hollow fibres. The structure of the heat transfer surfaces has a significant influence on the effectivity of the use of a heat transfer area that is formed by the polymeric hollow fibres. The presented study gives the comparison of the heat exchangers with an identical outer volume. The difference between them is in the structure of the heat transfer insert. One of the presented heat exchangers has the fibres that are parallel to each other and the second heat exchanger has the fibres that are crossed by 45° across the layers. The study also pays attention to the differential pressures and their difference caused by the difference in the structure of the heat transfer surfaces.",
  booktitle="ERIN 2019",
  chapter="156796",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2019",
  month="april",
  pages="14--14",
  type="abstract"
}