A Review of Heat Pipe with Helical Intensifier on Inner Surface using ANSYS Software
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Kaif Uddin Sagar
ME IVth sem student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jabalpur Engineering College Jabalpur (M P), India
Dr. B. K. Chourasia
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jabalpur Engineering College
Jabalpur (M P), India
Today, the use of various intensifiers is widespread, which are used under certain conditions and heater flow rules. For the development of heat transfer in the shells and tubes of the heat exchanger, circular blades of various types are used: ring, helical, dimple, etc. Rectangular columns are used less often, due to greater hydraulic resistance. The purpose of this work is to do a numerical study on the effect of different heat transfer coefficients on shell and tube heat exchangers, revealing the laws of different coefficients depending on the flow regime. Heat exchangers are used in many heating and cooling processes within different industries. Heat exchanger performance depends in part on the flow and heat transfer characteristics of the fluids within the heat exchanger.
Keywords- heat transfer; numerical study; with twisted-tape inserts; Helical Intensifier.