Heat transfer enhancement of laminar and transitional Newtonian and non-Newtonian flows in tubes with wire coil inserts.
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AutorMartínez Hernández, David Sebastián; García Pinar, Alberto; Solano Fernández, Juan Pedro; Viedma Robles, Antonio
Grupo de investigaciónMecánica de Fluidos e Ingeniería Térmica
Área de conocimientoMáquinas y Motores Térmicos; Mecánica de Fluidos
Fecha de publicación2014-09
Cita bibliográficaD.S. Martinez, A. García, J. P. Solano , A. Viedma. “Heat transfer enhancement of laminar and transitional Newtonian and non-Newtonian flows in tubes with wire coil inserts” Int. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol.76, September 2014, Pages 540–548.
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Palabras claveHeat transfer enhancement
Wire coil inserts
Non Newtonian flow
This work presents an experimental study on two different wire coils inserted in a smooth tube using both Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids to characterize their thermohydraulic behavior in laminar and transitional flow. Dimensionless pitches of the wire coils were chosen as p=D = 1 and 2, whereas dimensionless wire diameter was e=D = 0.09 for both wire coils. Non-Newtonian tests considered different viscosity types with concentration of 1% of CMC (carboxyl-methyl-cellulose) solution in water at several temperatures; a wide range of flow conditions has been covered: Reynolds number from 10 to 1300 and Prandtl number from 150 to 1900. Newtonian test were carried out with propylene glycol as working fluid, covering a similar range of Reynolds number as the previously indicated for non-Newtonian fluids. Isothermal pressure drop tests and heat transfer experiments under uniform heat flux conditions were performed, and results were contrasted with own experimental data for the smooth tube ...
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