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Effect of tube shape on the condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini-channels EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 131 , 121-139 | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
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In this paper, the condensation characteristic of R1234ze(E) in horizontal circular, square and triangle channels were numerically investigated. The detailed liquid-vapor interfaces, local film thickness and stream traces were presented for better understanding the condensation process in circular and non-circular tubes. Under the same hydraulic diameter, the void fraction in square and triangle tubes was lower than that in circular tubes at the same vapor quality. The square tube exhibited higher heat transfer coefficients than that of the circular tube, while the triangle tube showed similar heat transfer performance with the circular tube. The tube shape had no significant effects on the pressure gradients. The gravity played a dominant role in local film distribution in the circular tube, but was almost negligible in the square tube. Both the surface tension and gravity played an important role in film distribution in the triangle tube. The number and structure of vortexes in the square and triangle tube were very different from that in the circular tube. The tube shape has a significant effect on the liquid phase velocity at different circumference positions. Under the same external perimeter, either the heat transfer coefficients or the pressure gradients of the square or triangle tube were larger than that of the circular tube. The numerical data of heat transfer coefficients and pressure gradients were also compared with the predicted values from the available well-known correlations. The results of this paper are important for the industrial applications of alternative refrigerants. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd

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Alternative refrigerant Condensation characteristics Condensation patterns Condensation process Heat transfer performance Liquid-vapor interface Square Triangle

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GB/T 7714 Gu, Xin , Wen, Jian , Zhang, Xing et al. Effect of tube shape on the condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini-channels [J]. | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , 2019 , 131 : 121-139 .
MLA Gu, Xin et al. "Effect of tube shape on the condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini-channels" . | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 131 (2019) : 121-139 .
APA Gu, Xin , Wen, Jian , Zhang, Xing , Wang, Chunlong , Wang, Simin . Effect of tube shape on the condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini-channels . | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , 2019 , 131 , 121-139 .
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Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of sine wavy fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 131 , 385-402 | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
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The comprehensive performance of sine wavy fin in plate-fin heat exchangers (PFHEs) is numerically studied based on fluid structure interaction (FSI) analysis in this paper. The analysis results of stress distribution reveal that the highest stress is located in the inlet and outlet region of fin structure, and the fluctuant stress reaches to the peak in the wave crest. By way of analyzing Full 2nd-Order Polynomial response surface (RS), the effects of inlet velocity and five configuration parameters (fin height, fin space, fin thickness, fin wavelength and double amplitude) on heat transfer, flow resistance and stress of sine wavy fin structure are quantitatively assessed. The results reveal that the j factor increases with the increase of fin space and fin height, and decreases with the increase of fin thickness, wavelength and inlet velocity. The j factor firstly increases with the increase of double amplitude and then decreases. The f factor increases with double amplitude, fin space and fin height, and decreases with fin thickness, wavelength and inlet velocity. The maximum stress increases with the increase of wavelength and fin space, and decreases with the increase of fin thickness and double amplitude. The interaction effects of input parameters on the j factor and f factor are not obvious. While the interaction effects of fin thickness and wavelength, double amplitude and wavelength on the maximum stress are obvious. Based on RS, Multi-objective Genetic Algorithm (MOGA) is performed to optimize the fin structure comprehensively, with multiple objectives of increasing the JF factor (JF=j/f1/3) and decreasing the maximum stress to the best. The optimization results shows that, compared with the original design, the JF factor of optimal design 1, 2, and 3 increases by 11.0%, 8.4% and 15.9% respectively, and the maximum stress decreases by 32.3%, 42.4% and 20.7% respectively. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd

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Comprehensive performance Configuration parameters Fluid structure interaction analysis Multi-objective genetic algorithm Multiple-objectives Plate-fin heat exchanger Response surface Wavy fin

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GB/T 7714 Wen, Jian , Li, Ke , Wang, Chunlong et al. Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of sine wavy fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis [J]. | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , 2019 , 131 : 385-402 .
MLA Wen, Jian et al. "Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of sine wavy fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis" . | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 131 (2019) : 385-402 .
APA Wen, Jian , Li, Ke , Wang, Chunlong , Zhang, Xing , Wang, Simin . Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of sine wavy fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis . | International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , 2019 , 131 , 385-402 .
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On wall-normal motions of inertial spheroids in vertical turbulent channel flows EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 229 (7) , 2947-2965 | ACTA MECHANICA
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Dynamics of inertial non-spherical particles in upward and downward turbulent channel flows are investigated. Oblate (disk-like) and prolate (rod-like) spheroids are considered in a Lagrangian point-particle approach in which the turbulence field is obtained by direct numerical simulations. Fluid and particle statistics are conditionally sampled with the view to distinguish between particles moving toward or away from the channel walls. Outward-moving particles tend to locate more in lower-speed streamwise fluid streaks than inward-moving particles. For highly inertial spheroids, these tendencies are differently affected by gravity in upward and downward flows. The gravity force is therefore believed to influence turbophoresis. The tendency of oblate and prolate spheroids to orient parallel with and normal to the spanwise direction near the walls is stronger for outward- than for inward-moving particles. These distinctions are ascribed to the wall-normal force on the spheroids from the surrounding fluid. In the absence of gravity, heavy spheroids in the channel center align randomly with the almost isotropic fluid vorticity. Gravity is seen to have a de-isotropization effect on the particles' orientation in the inertial frame.

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GB/T 7714 Yuan, Wenjun , Zhao, Lihao , Challabotla, Niranjan Reddy et al. On wall-normal motions of inertial spheroids in vertical turbulent channel flows [J]. | ACTA MECHANICA , 2018 , 229 (7) : 2947-2965 .
MLA Yuan, Wenjun et al. "On wall-normal motions of inertial spheroids in vertical turbulent channel flows" . | ACTA MECHANICA 229 . 7 (2018) : 2947-2965 .
APA Yuan, Wenjun , Zhao, Lihao , Challabotla, Niranjan Reddy , Andersson, Helge I. , Deng, Jianqiang . On wall-normal motions of inertial spheroids in vertical turbulent channel flows . | ACTA MECHANICA , 2018 , 229 (7) , 2947-2965 .
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Numerical Predictions of Uniform CO2 Corrosion in Complex Fluid Domains Using Low Reynolds Number Models SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 8 (12) | METALS
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To get the knowledge of local corrosion, thinning is useful for developing targeted inspection plans for pipe components in the oil/gas industry. Aiming at this object, this work presents a computer fluid dynamics (CFD) method to predict CO2 aqueous corrosion in complex fluid domains. The processes involved in CO2 aqueous corrosion, including flow dynamics, mass transfer, chemical reactions, and electrochemical reactions, are modeled and simulated by a commercial CFD software of Fluent V15.0 (Version, manufacturer, city, country). Mass transfer in the straight pipe flow and jet impinging flow are simulated using three low-Reynolds-number turbulent models (Abe-Kondoh-Nagano k - epsilon model, Change-Hsieh-Chenk k - epsilon model, and k - epsilon shear stress transport model). The flow domains are meshed by grids with the first near-wall node at the position at y(+) = 0.1. Comparisons between simulations and experimental data show the Abe-Kondoh-Nagano model provides the best predictions of near-wall flow and mass transfer. Thus, it is used to predict CO2 aqueous corrosion. Corrosion rates of dissolved CO2 in straight pipes and a jet impinging are predicted. The predicted corrosion rates are compared with experimental data and results derived from commercial software, Multicorp V5.2.105. The results show that predicted corrosion rates are reasonable. The locations of the highest corrosion rate for a jet impinging system are revealed.

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CO2 aqueous corrosion computational fluid dynamics low-Reynolds-number turbulent models mass transfer corrosion predictions

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GB/T 7714 Hu, Haijun , Xu, Hao , Huang, Changmeng et al. Numerical Predictions of Uniform CO2 Corrosion in Complex Fluid Domains Using Low Reynolds Number Models [J]. | METALS , 2018 , 8 (12) .
MLA Hu, Haijun et al. "Numerical Predictions of Uniform CO2 Corrosion in Complex Fluid Domains Using Low Reynolds Number Models" . | METALS 8 . 12 (2018) .
APA Hu, Haijun , Xu, Hao , Huang, Changmeng , Chen, Xing , Li, Xiufeng , Li, Yun . Numerical Predictions of Uniform CO2 Corrosion in Complex Fluid Domains Using Low Reynolds Number Models . | METALS , 2018 , 8 (12) .
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Condensation flow patterns and model assessment for R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 134 , 140-159 | International Journal of Thermal Sciences
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Knowledge regarding the condensation flow patterns of environment friendly refrigerant R1234ze(E) in mini/macro-channels was important for alternative industrial applications. In this paper, the condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristic of R1234ze(E) in horizontal circular channels with diameter ranged from 0.493 to 4.57 mm were numerically investigated and compared with that of R134a. The detailed liquid film distribution, local film thickness and velocity field were presented for better understanding the condensation process. Both the heat transfer coefficients and pressure gradients increased with the mass flux, vapor quality and the decrease of the tube diameter. The heat transfer coefficients of R1234ze(E) were smaller than that of R134a, but the pressure gradients of R1234ze(E) were larger than that of R134a. The difference in heat transfer and pressure drop performance was found to be smaller in macro-channels. The effects of surface tension and gravity on liquid film distribution are significantly influenced by the tube diameter. The liquid film distribution was very close for R1234ze(E) and R134a for their similar physical properties. The average film thickness of R1234ze(E) was thinner than that of R134a. The axial velocity of the vapor phase decreased with the vapor quality, while the variation of the liquid phase velocity was associated with the circumferential position for the gravity effect. The simulated heat transfer coefficients and pressure gradients were compared with predicted values from the available well-known correlations. A new pressure drop correlation was proposed for practical application. © 2018 Elsevier Masson SAS

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Condensation heat transfer Condensation process Environment friendly Heat transfer and pressure drop Local film thickness Mini/macro-channels Pressure drop correlation R1234ze

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GB/T 7714 Gu, Xin , Wen, Jian , Wang, Chunlong et al. Condensation flow patterns and model assessment for R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels [J]. | International Journal of Thermal Sciences , 2018 , 134 : 140-159 .
MLA Gu, Xin et al. "Condensation flow patterns and model assessment for R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels" . | International Journal of Thermal Sciences 134 (2018) : 140-159 .
APA Gu, Xin , Wen, Jian , Wang, Chunlong , Zhang, Xing , Wang, Simin , Tu, Jiyuan . Condensation flow patterns and model assessment for R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels . | International Journal of Thermal Sciences , 2018 , 134 , 140-159 .
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Effect of fin types and Prandtl number on performance of plate-fin heat exchanger: Experimental and numerical assessment EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 144 , 726-735 | Applied Thermal Engineering
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An experimental investigation is performed using liquid R113 to study the thermohydraulic characteristics of plate-fin heat exchanger with plain, serrated and perforated fins. Meanwhile, three performance evaluation criteria j/f, j/f1/2 and j/f1/3 are used to qualitative compare their comprehensive performance. Further, to study the effects of heating condition and Prandtl number on heat transfer, a numerical model of serrated fins is carried out. The fin channels with a uniform heat flux at bottom end or at both bottom and upper ends are studied as two types of heating conditions, namely, single-fold and two-fold modes. Besides, using air (Pr = 0.744), R113 (Pr = 9.02) and ethylene glycol (Pr = 51.65) aqueous solution as working media, the Prandtl number effect is discussed. The results reveal that the comprehensive performance of serrated fins is the best. Colburn factor j of single-fold mode is lower than that of two-fold mode. The Colburn factor j decreases as the Prandtl number increases in laminar flow and it is independent of Prandtl number in turbulent flow. A modified Colburn factor j based on the Manglik & Bergles correlation is proposed as functions of (Pr/Prair)−0.04827 in laminar flow. The conclusions provide the guidance on the design of plate fin heat exchanger. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd

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Comprehensive performance Experimental investigations Experimental study Fin geometry Fold mode Heating conditions Performance evaluation criteria Plate-fin heat exchanger

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Huizhu , Wen, Jian , Wang, Simin et al. Effect of fin types and Prandtl number on performance of plate-fin heat exchanger: Experimental and numerical assessment [J]. | Applied Thermal Engineering , 2018 , 144 : 726-735 .
MLA Yang, Huizhu et al. "Effect of fin types and Prandtl number on performance of plate-fin heat exchanger: Experimental and numerical assessment" . | Applied Thermal Engineering 144 (2018) : 726-735 .
APA Yang, Huizhu , Wen, Jian , Wang, Simin , Li, Yanzhong . Effect of fin types and Prandtl number on performance of plate-fin heat exchanger: Experimental and numerical assessment . | Applied Thermal Engineering , 2018 , 144 , 726-735 .
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Numerical investigation on condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of R134a in horizontal flattened tubes EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 85 , 441-461 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID
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The condensation performance of R134a in horizontal round tubes and flattened tubes was numerically investigated. Three round tubes with different hydraulic diameters (d(h) = 3.25, 4.57 and 6.5 mm) were deformed into flattened tubes with the aspect ratio (AR) equals to 2, 4 and 6, respectively. The liquid film thickness combined with the interface line was shown in detail to illustrate the effect of shear stress, surface tension and gravity. The heat transfer coefficients increased with the vapor quality and aspect ratio, and the enhancement was magnified at higher vapor quality and mass velocity. The smaller the original round tube diameter was, the higher the enhancement of thermal performance in flattened tubes was. The average film thickness of flattened tubes with AR = 2, 4, 6 was respectively 35%, 50% and 60% thinner than that of round tube. The relative role of surface tension and gravity determined the local thermal performance in flattened tubes. The main thermal resistance was located in the arc. The gravity effect was almost negligible in the straight part but still played an important role in the arc of flattened tubes. The heat exchanging process mainly occurred near the intersection of straight part and arc and this location tends to move toward the straight side for smaller flattened tubes because of the reinforcement of the surface tension effect. The pressure gradient also increased with the vapor quality, aspect ratio and mass velocity but decreased with the increasing hydraulic diameter. The existing correlations almost tend to underestimate both the heat transfer coefficients and pressure gradients. Two improved correlations of condensation heat transfer and pressure gradient in flattened tube were developed for practical applications. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd and IIR. All rights reserved.

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Heat transfer coefficient Pressure gradient Condensation R134a Flattened tube

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GB/T 7714 Wen, Jian , Gu, Xin , Wang, Simin et al. Numerical investigation on condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of R134a in horizontal flattened tubes [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID , 2018 , 85 : 441-461 .
MLA Wen, Jian et al. "Numerical investigation on condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of R134a in horizontal flattened tubes" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID 85 (2018) : 441-461 .
APA Wen, Jian , Gu, Xin , Wang, Simin , Li, Yanzhong , Tu, Jiyuan . Numerical investigation on condensation heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of R134a in horizontal flattened tubes . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID , 2018 , 85 , 441-461 .
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The comparison of condensation heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of R1234ze(E), propane and R134a in a horizontal mini-channel EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 92 , 208-224 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID
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The steady-state condensation performance of R1234ze(E), propane and R134a in a horizontal circular mini-channel was numerically investigated. The effects of mass flux, vapor quality and physical properties on condensation performance were discussed. At the same condition, condensation heat performance of propane was the best and then the R134a and R1234ze(E). However, the pressure gradients of R1234ze(E) were larger than that of propane and R134a. The average film thickness of propane and R1234ze(E) were an average of 9.4% thicker and 15.7% thinner than that of R134a, respectively. The effective conductivity played an important role in the heat flow rate of three refrigerants. Unlike the R1234ze(E) and R134a for which the condensate tended to be stratified at x = 0.5, there was no obvious stratification for propane. The published correlations tended to underestimate the pressure gradients of R1234ze(E) significantly. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd and IIR. All rights reserved.

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Condensation Mini-channel Propane R1234ze(E) Pressure gradient Heat transfer coefficient

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GB/T 7714 Wen, Jian , Gu, Xin , Wang, Simin et al. The comparison of condensation heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of R1234ze(E), propane and R134a in a horizontal mini-channel [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID , 2018 , 92 : 208-224 .
MLA Wen, Jian et al. "The comparison of condensation heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of R1234ze(E), propane and R134a in a horizontal mini-channel" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID 92 (2018) : 208-224 .
APA Wen, Jian , Gu, Xin , Wang, Simin , Li, Yanzhong , Tu, Jiyuan . The comparison of condensation heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of R1234ze(E), propane and R134a in a horizontal mini-channel . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRIGERATION-REVUE INTERNATIONALE DU FROID , 2018 , 92 , 208-224 .
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Effect of surface tension, gravity and turbulence on condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 125 , 153-170 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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The condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in circular mini/macro-channels with diameters ranged from 0.493 to 4.57 mm was numerically investigated. The effects of mass flux, vapor quality and tube diameter on heat transfer coefficients were analyzed. The relative role of surface tension, gravity and shear stress in mini/macro-channels was explored and the turbulence effect of liquid phase was discussed. The heat transfer coefficients increased with the mass flux, vapor quality and the decrease of tube diameter. The liquid film thickness decreased significantly when reducing the tube dimension for the increased shear stress. The surface tension was found to play a role to increase the heat performance by enhancing the heat convection between liquid film and wall surface, which was only obvious in mini-channels. Contrary to the effect of surface tension, the gravity effect was negligible in mini-channels with a diameter less than 1 mm, while had an important effect on heat transfer coefficients for macro-channels. The gravity affected both liquid film distribution and velocity field, which can either enhance or weaken the heat transfer coefficient during condensation flow. The turbulence in liquid film played an important role in reducing the local thermal resistance and was more important in tubes with larger diameter. The onset of turbulence inside the liquid film may occur at much lower liquid Reynolds numbers for mini-channels. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Mini/macro-channels Condensation Shear stress Surface tension Gravity Turbulence

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GB/T 7714 Wen, Jian , Gu, Xin , Liu, Yuce et al. Effect of surface tension, gravity and turbulence on condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 125 : 153-170 .
MLA Wen, Jian et al. "Effect of surface tension, gravity and turbulence on condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 125 (2018) : 153-170 .
APA Wen, Jian , Gu, Xin , Liu, Yuce , Wang, Simin , Li, Yanzhong . Effect of surface tension, gravity and turbulence on condensation patterns of R1234ze(E) in horizontal mini/macro-channels . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 125 , 153-170 .
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Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of serrated fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 119 , 282-294 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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The comprehensive performance of serrated fin in plate-fin heat exchangers (PFHEs) is numerically studied based on fluid structure interaction (FSI) analysis in this paper. Based on Full 2nd-Order Polynomial response surface (RS) and analysis of variance (ANOVA), the effects and second order interaction effects of the fin height, fin space, fin thickness and fin interrupted length on heat transfer, flow resistance and stress are quantitatively and thoroughly assessed. The results show that the heat transfer is the most sensitive to fin interrupted length, and the flow resistance and the maximum stress are the most sensitive to fin thickness. The interaction effect of the fin space and fin interrupted length is the strongest when the j factor is set as objective function, while the interaction effect of the fin space and fin thickness is the strongest when the f factor or maximum stress is set as objective function. Based on Full 2nd-Order Polynomial RS, Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm (MOGA) is applied to optimize the fin structure comprehensively, with enhancing heat transfer, decreasing pressure drop and stress set as objectives. To demonstrate the effectiveness of optimized structures, a comprasion between the original design and optimized structures is performed. The results show that the JF factor of optimized structures 2 and 3 increases by 23.0% and 19.7% respectively, and the maximum stress decreases by 5.8% and 15.2% respectively. The MOGA offers theorectical guidance for optimization design of PFHE. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Stress analysis Serrated fin Plate-fin heat exchanger Analysis of variance Response surface Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm

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GB/T 7714 Wen, Jian , Li, Ke , Zhang, Xing et al. Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of serrated fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 119 : 282-294 .
MLA Wen, Jian et al. "Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of serrated fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 119 (2018) : 282-294 .
APA Wen, Jian , Li, Ke , Zhang, Xing , Wang, Chunlong , Wang, Simin , Tu, Jiyuan . Optimization investigation on configuration parameters of serrated fin in plate-fin heat exchanger based on fluid structure interaction analysis . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 119 , 282-294 .
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