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Turbulent heat transfer in annuli at large diameter ratios

William Frank Unzicker

Turbulent heat transfer in annuli at large diameter ratios

by William Frank Unzicker

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat -- Transmission.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Frank Unzicker.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 41 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14255288M

    To evaluate the convective Heat Transfer Coefficient (HTC), the main assumptions applied for the energy balance on the tested pipe herein: Mass flow rate is constant. - Heat transfer occurs at the inner surface of the pipe only. - No shaft work is done by the fluid. - Constant heat flux is applied at the by: 2. correlations for the turbulent, laminar and the transition regions for each of the three inlets. It is well known and described in the literature, e.g. [1], [2], [5] or [7], that the heat transfer in the transition region drops down compared to that of the full developed turbulent fluid flow. Therefore it .

    Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer 5 K. Hanjalic,´ Y. Nagano and S. Jakirlic´ (Editors) Large-eddy simulation of turbulent mixed convection in a vertical annulus with a rotating inner cylinder S.Y. Chung1 and H.J. Sung1 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of . Convection Heat Transfer Reading Problems → , , , , , , → , , , , Introduction • in convective heat transfer, the bulk fluid motion of the fluid plays a major role in the over- all energy transfer process. Therefore, knowledge of the velocity distribution near a solid.

    Turbulent Flow in Concentric and Eccentric Annuli Paperback – January 1, by Robert Alfred Wolffe (Author)Author: Robert Alfred Wolffe. (FST) on the heat transfer on the wall are examined. This problem is of great interest in industrial applications. The momentum and heat transfer on the wall are compared with those obtained with a clean free stream and augmen-tations of both momentum and heat transfer in the turbulent region are found.


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Turbulent heat transfer in annuli at large diameter ratios by William Frank Unzicker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fully developed turbulent flow through three concentric annuli was investigated experimentally for a Reynolds-number range Re = 2 × 10 4 −2 × 10 ements were made of the pressure drop, the positions of zero shear stress and maximum velocity, and the velocity distribution in annuli of radius ratios α =andby: Dirker and Meyer [18] conducted experiments of heat transfer coefficients at the inner wall of smooth concentric annuli for turbulent flow of water with wide range of diameter ratios and the.

The geometric shape of a passage's cross-section has an effect on its convective heat transfer capabilities. For concentric annuli, the diameter ratio of the annular space plays an important role.

predict heat transfer coefficients at the inner wall of smooth concentric annuli for the flow of water. Experiments were conducted on water under turbulent flow conditions for a wide range of diameter ratios. The Wilson plot method was used to determine the heat transfer coefficients from which a.

The J factors for heat and momentum and the maximum points of the velocity profiles have been experimentally determined for air flow at Reynolds number from to in a tube and three concentric annuli having radius ratios of ab 16 and The heat-transfer data are correlated successfully by means of geometrical transformations which yield coincident patterns of the eddy Cited by: 8.

For terminal conditions with heat fluxes q^. and yCited by:   Turbulent flow in the annular gap between two concentric tubes of 38 and 95 mm diameter at Reynolds number of 79’ is experimentally investigated.

Measurements are conducted using planar particle image velocimetry (PIV) with spatial resolution of 23 \(\upmu \) m/pix and interrogation windows of \(\times \) mm \(^{2}\).Author: Sina Ghaemi, Majid Bizhani, Ergun Kuru.

section e convective heat transfer and friction in flow of liquids (pp. ) When turbulent flow occurs in a passage, macro scopic portions of fluid move about in an apparently random fashion.

In this experimental study the heat transfer phenomena in concentric annuli in tube-in-tube heat exchangers at different annular Reynolds numbers, annular diameter ratios, and inlet fluid temperatures using water were considered.

Turbulent flow with Reynolds numbers ranging f to 45, based on the average bulk fluid temperature was tested at annular diameter ratios ofAuthor: Francois P.

Prinsloo, Jaco Dirker, Josua P. Meyer. Flow Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer in Two-Phase Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layer on a Flat Plate with and without Heat Transfer Between Solid Wall and Flow: The State-of-the-Art.

Pages Terekhov, Viktor I. (et al.). Fluid velocity profile development for turbulent flow in smooth annuli Theodore Hisao Okiishi annulus with negligible heat transfer. The fully developed laminar- transition- and turbulent-flow cases have been The radius ratios of the annuli were andand.

Heat transfer surface area, Equat m 2 Geometric coefficients, Equations Constant in Equation 25 Specific heat of the fluid, J/kg K Hydraulic diameter, Equat m Efficiency index, [R~--~u/Rae] Annular gap, [ 1 - 7] Promoter height Local heat transfer coefficient, Equat W/m 2 K.

Answer: Heat Transfer rate is better in a Turbulent Flow. (If you want to understand why, then delve further into the answer) Reason: Laminar and Turbulent Flow regimes in cigarette smoke The flow regime near the cigarette butt is said to be Lamin.

Its overall objective is to present state-of-the-art knowledge in order to predict turbulent heat transfer processes in fundamental and idealized flows as well as in engineering applications. The chapters, which are invited contributions from some of the most prominent scientists in this field, cover a wide range of topics and follow a unified Cited by: 7.

The aspect ratio dependence of the turbulent heat transfer for small and moderate $\Gamma$ is in line with a varying amount of energy contained in the LSC, as quantified by the Proper Orthogonal Decomposition analysis.

For $\Gamma\gtrsim 8$ the heat transfer becomes independent of Cited by: A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation is performed via ansys –CFX for a fully developed turbulent flow in concentric annuli with two radius ratios (R 1 /R 2 = and ) at three Reynolds numbers (Re =26, ) in terms of the hydraulic diameter D and the bulk velocity U -wall turbulence structures close to the inner and outer walls are characterized by Cited by: 1.

The turbulent flow of air through the annular gap between two tubes was studied experimentally, both with the tubes concentric and with the inner tube at eccentricities of 50% and %. Air velocities were measured using small traversable impact tubes. The shear stresses on the boundaries were studied both by measuring the pressure gradient and by means of a calibrated shear probe attached to Cited by: 5.

Donne and Meerwald have studied heat transfer and friction loss of turbulent flow of air in smooth annuli at high temperature. They measured subsonic turbulent flow of air in smooth annuli with diameter ratios of andwith an inner pipe heated up to °C.

They obtained their Nusselt numbers as correlated with equation (1):Author: S.N. Kazi, Hussein Togun. This graph shows that corrugation in turbulent flow regimes has a significant enhancing effect for Reynolds numbers ab when compared to the equivalent smooth tubes.

Many techniques have been tried in order to reduce the Reynolds number at which turbulent flow is produced but most have the disadvantage of increasing the resistance to fluid flow: the pressure loss, at a rate which.

An experimental study is presented on water single-phase flow in two m-long annular ducts, with external pipe's internal diameter (D e) of mm and two concentric internal pipes of external diameters (D i) of 60 mm and mm, i.e., radius ratio (α = R i / e) of andrespectively, with the aim of improving the understanding of flows in annular : Marlon M.

Hernández-Cely, Victor E. Baptistella, Oscar M. Rodriguez. turbulent boundary layers. A large part of the airfoil is covered with a turbulent boundary layer; therefore, it is of an interest of the present study to determine how heat/mass transfer analogy varies in such condition.

Furthermore, today’s experiments in gas turbine heat transfer are interested in determining the effects of secondary flows.Heat transfer and large scale dynamics in turbulent Rayleigh-Bénard convection Guenter Ahlers* Department of Physics and iQCD, University of California, Santa Barbara, CaliforniaUSA or more aspect ratios.

For a cylindrical cell d/L, where d is the cell diameter.Typically, the convection coefficient of a row increases with increasing row number until approximately the fifth row. After that which there is little change in flow conditions and hence in the convection coefficient.

For a large longitudinal pitch (S_L) the influence of upstream rows decreases and heat transfer in downstream rows is not enhanced.