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By Arthur E. Bergles (auth.), Dr.-Ing. Markus Lehner, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Mewes (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642636209

ISBN-13: 9783642636202

This booklet presents a compilation of significant optical suggestions utilized to experiments in warmth and mass move, multiphase circulation and combustion. The emphasis of this publication is at the program of those concepts to varied engineering difficulties. The contributions are aiming to supply working towards engineers, either in and study, with the new state-of-science within the software of complex optical measurements. The ebook is written by means of chosen experts representing prime specialists during this box who current new info for the chances of those innovations and provides stimulation of latest principles for his or her application.

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Champagne, PR and Bergles, AE (1998) A novel, variable roughness technique to enhance, on demand, heat transfer in a single-phase heat exchanger. spray film evaporation. In Heat Transfer 1982, Proceedings of the 7th International Heat Transfer Conference, Hemisphere, Washington, DC, vol. 6, pp 275-280. Fiebig, M, and Mitra, NK, Eds (1998) Vortices and heat transfer. Vieweg, Braunschweig, Germany Kaka~, S, Bergles, AE, Mayinger, F and YOncil, H, Eds, (1999) Heat transfer enhancement of heat exchangers.

This review gives some indication as to why heat transfer enhancement is one of the fastest growing areas of heat transfer. Many techniques are available for improvement of the various modes of heat transfer. The proceedings of the latest conference on this subject are given in Kaka~ et al. (1999). It is significant that Prof. Mayinger and his colleagues presented six papers in this NATO Advanced Study Institute, and he is a co-editor of the proceedings. Table 2. k Reynolds number GD/jJ temperature, °C overall heat transfer coefficient, W/m2 K dynamic viscosity, Ns/m2 fluid density, kglm3 Subscripts s t shellside tubeside 10 REFERENCES Bergles, AE (1969) Survey and evaluation of techniques to augment convective heat and mass transfer.

Champagne, PR and Bergles, AE (1998) A novel, variable roughness technique to enhance, on demand, heat transfer in a single-phase heat exchanger. spray film evaporation. In Heat Transfer 1982, Proceedings of the 7th International Heat Transfer Conference, Hemisphere, Washington, DC, vol. 6, pp 275-280. Fiebig, M, and Mitra, NK, Eds (1998) Vortices and heat transfer. Vieweg, Braunschweig, Germany Kaka~, S, Bergles, AE, Mayinger, F and YOncil, H, Eds, (1999) Heat transfer enhancement of heat exchangers.

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