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Compact Heat Exchangers

Analysis, Design and Optimization using FEM and CFD Approach

Ranganayakulu, C. / Seetharamu, Kankanhalli N.

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1. Edition March 2018
544 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-42418-5
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A comprehensive source of generalized design data for most widely used fin surfaces in CHEs

Compact Heat Exchanger Analysis, Design and Optimization: FEM and CFD Approach brings new concepts of design data generation numerically (which is more cost effective than generic design data) and can be used by design and practicing engineers more effectively. The numerical methods/techniques are introduced for estimation of performance deteriorations like flow non-uniformity, temperature non-uniformity, and longitudinal heat conduction effects using FEM in CHE unit level and Colburn j factors and Fanning friction f factors data generation method for various types of CHE fins using CFD. In addition, worked examples for single and two-phase flow CHEs are provided and the complete qualification tests are given for CHEs use in aerospace applications.

Chapters cover: Basic Heat Transfer; Compact Heat Exchangers; Fundamentals of Finite Element and Finite Volume Methods; Finite Element Analysis of Compact Heat Exchangers; Generation of Design Data by CFD Analysis; Thermal and Mechanical Design of Compact Heat Exchanger; and Manufacturing and Qualification Testing of Compact Heat Exchanger.
* Provides complete information about basic design of Compact Heat Exchangers
* Design and data generation is based on numerical techniques such as FEM and CFD methods rather than experimental or analytical ones
* Intricate design aspects included, covering complete cycle of design, manufacturing, and qualification of a Compact Heat Exchanger
* Appendices on basic essential fluid properties, metal characteristics, and derivation of Fourier series mathematical equation

Compact Heat Exchanger Analysis, Design and Optimization: FEM and CFD Approach is ideal for senior undergraduate and graduate students studying equipment design and heat exchanger design.

C. Ranganayakulu, PhD, is an Outstanding Scientist and Group Director (GS-ECS) in the AeronauticalDevelopment Agency, Ministry of Defence, India. Dr. Ranganayakulu is an Alexander von Humboldt re-visiting researcher at Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, and Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany, and Visiting Researcher at UNISA, Johannesburg, South Africa.

K.N. Seetharamu, PhD, is a professor of Thermal Engineering at PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore, and is a member of the editorial board of a number of journals including the International Journalfor Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering. He was a Professor of Mechanical Engineering atIIT Madras from 1980 to 1998.

K. N. Seetharamu, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India