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Heat Transfer Inside of Polymeric Hollow Fiber

Originální název

Heat Transfer Inside of Polymeric Hollow Fiber

Anglický název

Heat Transfer Inside of Polymeric Hollow Fiber

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A polymeric hollow fiber heat exchanger (PHFHE) is a heat exchanger which uses smalldiameter polymeric tubes (hollow fiber) as a heat transfer surface. Such heat exchangers are compact, light-weight and resistant to corrosion and fouling; they have good thermal performance. Nevertheless, the small diameter of hollow fibers (less than 1 mm) requires one to treat these devices as microsystems and some features need to be considered. The so-called scaling effects, such as axial heat conduction, viscous dissipation, variable properties, thermal entrance region, and wall roughness are discussed with an emphasis on fluid flow and heat transfer in fibers.

Anglický abstrakt

A polymeric hollow fiber heat exchanger (PHFHE) is a heat exchanger which uses smalldiameter polymeric tubes (hollow fiber) as a heat transfer surface. Such heat exchangers are compact, light-weight and resistant to corrosion and fouling; they have good thermal performance. Nevertheless, the small diameter of hollow fibers (less than 1 mm) requires one to treat these devices as microsystems and some features need to be considered. The so-called scaling effects, such as axial heat conduction, viscous dissipation, variable properties, thermal entrance region, and wall roughness are discussed with an emphasis on fluid flow and heat transfer in fibers.

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@misc{BUT107441,
  author="Miroslav {Raudenský} and Ilya {Astrouski}",
  title="Heat Transfer Inside of Polymeric Hollow Fiber",
  annote="A polymeric hollow fiber heat exchanger (PHFHE) is a heat exchanger which uses smalldiameter
polymeric tubes (hollow fiber) as a heat transfer surface. Such heat exchangers are
compact, light-weight and resistant to corrosion and fouling; they have good thermal performance.
Nevertheless, the small diameter of hollow fibers (less than 1 mm) requires one to treat these
devices as microsystems and some features need to be considered. The so-called scaling effects,
such as axial heat conduction, viscous dissipation, variable properties, thermal entrance region, and
wall roughness are discussed with an emphasis on fluid flow and heat transfer in fibers.",
  address="HTFFM-V",
  chapter="107441",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="HTFFM-V",
  year="2014",
  month="april",
  pages="150--150",
  publisher="HTFFM-V",
  type="miscellaneous"
}