Review of Heat Transfer Parameters using internal t hreaded pipe fitted with inserts of different materials

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Mr. D.D.Shinde
Prof. A.M. Patil
Prof. H.M.Dange

Abstract

Many heat transfer enhanced techniques have simultaneously been de
veloped for the
improvement of energy consumption, material saving, size reduction and
pumping power reduction.
Screw tape inserts in tubes are a typical technique that offer
s a higher heat transfer increase and, at the
same time, only a mild pressure drop penalty. This study investi
gates the heat transfer characteristics of
a horizontal tube-in-tube heat exchanger having internal threaded pip
e with Screw tape inserts of
different materials i.e. Mild steel screw tape and Aluminum sc
rew tape inserted in the inner tube. Heat
transfer, flow friction characteristics in a threaded tube fitted with sc
rew tape, using oil as working fluid
are investigated experimentally. Influences of the changing mate
rial i.e M.S screw tape and Aluminum
screw tape arrangements are also described. The experiments ar
e conducted using the tapes with same
twist ratios and pitch over a Reynolds number range less than 2,000 in a heat exchanger.

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Mr. D.D.Shinde, Prof. A.M. Patil, & Prof. H.M.Dange. (2021). Review of Heat Transfer Parameters using internal t hreaded pipe fitted with inserts of different materials. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 1(1), 1–6. Retrieved from https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/222
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