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学科主题: 物理化学
题名: Flow Resistance and Heat Transfer Characteristics of Air in a Cross Flow Micro Heat Exchanger
作者: Chen GW(陈光文) ;  KarelleHinot ;  Cao B(曹彬) ;  Yuan Q(袁权) ;  Li HQ(李恒强) ;  Le J(乐军)
会议名称: 2002 AIChE Spring National Meeting
会议日期: 2002-3-10
出版日期: 2002-03-10
会议地点: 美国
通讯作者: 袁权
部门归属: 九室
摘要: Flow resistance and heat transfer characteristics of air flowing through a cross flow micro heat exchanger of stainless steel were experimentally investigated. The hydraulic diameter of rectangular microchannels was of 240 microns and the heat exchanger was made up of four sheets of 29 channels. The transition from laminar to turbulent flow zone occurs much earlier than the conventional theory, at Reynolds number ranging from 800 to 2000. The Fanning friction factor is higher than predicted by the theory for smooth tube. Finally, the empirical correlations based on experimental data have been established for the design of similar micro heat exchangers.
语种: 中文
内容类型: 会议论文
URI标识: http://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/111266
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Chen GW,KarelleHinot,Cao B,et al. Flow Resistance and Heat Transfer Characteristics of Air in a Cross Flow Micro Heat Exchanger[C]. 见:2002 AIChE Spring National Meeting. 美国. 2002-3-10.
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