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Waste heat and water recovery characteristics of heat exchangers for dryer exhaust EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 36 (6) , 709-722 | DRYING TECHNOLOGY
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 4
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In many industrial drying processes, water is evaporated in the drying section by a large volume of fresh air supply, which contains a large amount of sensible and latent heat. Recovering heat and water from the dryer exhaust is a potential way to realize energy and water conservation in drying systems. In this paper, the experimental and theoretical investigations of the waste heat and water recovery characteristics of heat exchangers for dryer exhaust are presented. A hot air and water vapor mixture was used to simulate dryer exhaust. Convection-condensation heat transfer and water recovery characteristics were first obtained under various water vapor mass fractions, flow velocities, and humid air inlet temperatures through experiments, which revealed that the convection-condensation heat transfer coefficient increased with the increase in water vapor mass fraction and humid air velocity, and decreased with the increase in inlet temperature. The condensed water rate increased with the increase in water vapor mass fraction and humid air velocity, while inlet temperature had almost no effect on it. The condensing ratio decreased with the increase in water vapor mass fraction and humid air velocity, while improving the inlet temperature slightly reduced it. Then, a theoretical calculation model was developed to predict the heat and water recovery characteristics of heat exchangers under a wide working condition. In this model, the pipe and suction effects caused by condensation on the tube wall were considered. The properties of humid air were changed according to the temperature and vapor content instead of regarding them as constant values. The calculation results were compared with the present experimental data and those of previous studies. The good prediction accuracy and the universality of the present model were verified. This study is of great significance to the design of heat exchangers.

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theoretical model experiments water recovery Dryer exhaust heat recovery

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GB/T 7714 Qin, Yuanzhi , Fu, Hao , Wang, Jinshi et al. Waste heat and water recovery characteristics of heat exchangers for dryer exhaust [J]. | DRYING TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 36 (6) : 709-722 .
MLA Qin, Yuanzhi et al. "Waste heat and water recovery characteristics of heat exchangers for dryer exhaust" . | DRYING TECHNOLOGY 36 . 6 (2018) : 709-722 .
APA Qin, Yuanzhi , Fu, Hao , Wang, Jinshi , Liu, Ming , Yan, Junjie . Waste heat and water recovery characteristics of heat exchangers for dryer exhaust . | DRYING TECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 36 (6) , 709-722 .
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Thermo-economic analyses on a new conceptual system of waste heat recovery integrated with an S-CO2 cycle for coal-fired power plants EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 161 , 243-253 | ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT
WoS CC Cited Count: 7 SCOPUS Cited Count: 11
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Waste heat recovery from boiler exhaust flue-gas is an effective way to save energy in coal-fired power plants. The integration of a low-pressure economizer (LPE) is a conventional choice for waste heat recovery. In this study, thermodynamic analyses of a coal-fired power plant (CFPP) integrated with an LPE is conducted on a 600 MW CFPP as reference case. Standard coal consumption rate (SCCR) of the power plant could be decreased by 1.76 g.(kW h)(-1) by the LPE. Exergetic analysis reveals that significant irreversibility is exhibited by the air pre-heater (APH) of the waste heat recovery system with an LPE. Guided by the exergetic analysis of the conventional waste heat recovery system, a new conceptual system for waste heat recovery integrated with an S-CO2 cycle for CFPPs is designed in this study. In this novel system, the boiler flue-gas is split into two flows: one to heat air in APH, and another to drive an S-CO2 power cycle as the heat source. Parameters of the S-CO2 power cycle are thermodynamically optimized with the help of Genetic Algorithm. Optimal initial pressure and pressure ratio are 9.136 MPa and 5.84, respectively. Maximum cycle efficiency of the S-CO2 power cycle is 17.39%. With the optimal parameters, SCCR of the CFPP integrated with the S-CO2 power cycle decreases by 3.80 g.(kW h)(-1). If the LPE is further integrated, the reduction of SCCR can reach 5.19 g.(kW h)-1. The essential reason for the significant energy saving is revealed through exergetic analysis. Exergy losses and destructions also decrease significantly in the novel waste heat recovery system. Finally, the economic performance of the proposed system is evaluated. Results show that the novel waste heat recovery system is economically suitable, and that capital investment could be recycled in 3.067 years.

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Coal-fired power plant Thermo-economic analyses S-CO2 power cycle Waste heat recovery

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Ming , Zhang, Xuwei , Ma, Yuegeng et al. Thermo-economic analyses on a new conceptual system of waste heat recovery integrated with an S-CO2 cycle for coal-fired power plants [J]. | ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT , 2018 , 161 : 243-253 .
MLA Liu, Ming et al. "Thermo-economic analyses on a new conceptual system of waste heat recovery integrated with an S-CO2 cycle for coal-fired power plants" . | ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT 161 (2018) : 243-253 .
APA Liu, Ming , Zhang, Xuwei , Ma, Yuegeng , Yan, Junjie . Thermo-economic analyses on a new conceptual system of waste heat recovery integrated with an S-CO2 cycle for coal-fired power plants . | ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT , 2018 , 161 , 243-253 .
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Exergy analysis of centered water nozzle steam-water injector EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 94 , 77-88 | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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A steam-water injector (SI), which is a passive jet pump, has been widely used in various industries. In the present work, exergy analysis models of a centered water nozzle SI were developed based on experiments to evaluate the performance of SI. The thermodynamic perfect degree of SI was found to be not so bad, and exergy efficiency was within the range of 18%-45%. In general, SI is used to work as a pump. However, exergy analysis can only evaluate the thermodynamic perfect degree of SI, but cannot evaluate its lifting-pressure performance. Therefore, thermo-mechanical exergy was divided into temperature-based exergy and pressure-based exergy in the present work, and the pressure-based exergy analysis was introduced. Such analysis was determined to be more reasonable than exergy analysis for a passive jet pump and helpful for achieving optimal SI design. Moreover, the effects of physical and geometric parameters on exergy efficiency and pressure-based exergy efficiency were investigated experimentally, and several optimal values for these geometric parameters were found. Finally, the distributions of exergy losses in separate parts of SI, particularly inevitable exergy losses, were evaluated. These analyses will be helpful in eliminating the effects of inevitable factors and in identifying the key factor, thereby considerably improving SI performance.

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Pressure-based exergy analysis Inevitable exergy losses Steam-water injector Exergy analysis

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GB/T 7714 Li, Wenjun , Liu, Ming , Yan, Junjie et al. Exergy analysis of centered water nozzle steam-water injector [J]. | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE , 2018 , 94 : 77-88 .
MLA Li, Wenjun et al. "Exergy analysis of centered water nozzle steam-water injector" . | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE 94 (2018) : 77-88 .
APA Li, Wenjun , Liu, Ming , Yan, Junjie , Wang, Jinshi , Chong, Daotong . Exergy analysis of centered water nozzle steam-water injector . | EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL AND FLUID SCIENCE , 2018 , 94 , 77-88 .
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Optimizing thermal conductivity distribution for heat conduction problems with different optimization objectives EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 119 , 343-354 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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In this paper the optimization of the thermal conductivity distribution for heat conduction enhancement is discussed. Different optimization objectives are considered which include the conductivity weighted quadratic temperature gradient and the weighted average temperature in the whole region or on the heat flux boundary. The adjoint state equations and gradient relations for the optimizations are obtained by the variational method and the 1D and 2D optimization problems are solved to demonstrate the analyses. The analyses show that different objectives are not generally equivalent to each other. When all the temperature boundaries have a same constant temperature, the optimization of the conductivity weighted quadratic temperature gradient has the following equivalences: 1) it is equivalent to the constant temperature gradient relation; 2) it is equivalent to the optimization of heat source averaged temperature in the domain when the heat flux boundaries are adiabatic; 3) it is equivalent to the heat flux averaged temperature on the heat flux boundary when the heat source intensity is zero. Otherwise, the configurations of the optimized temperature and thermal conductivity distributions for different objectives can have large differences. Therefore, the objectives should be carefully chosen when dealing with the heat conduction optimizations. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Average temperature Thermal conductivity distribution Heat conduction Optimization Variational method Quadratic temperature gradient

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GB/T 7714 Tong, Zi-Xiang , Li, Ming-Jia , Yan, Jun-Jie et al. Optimizing thermal conductivity distribution for heat conduction problems with different optimization objectives [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 119 : 343-354 .
MLA Tong, Zi-Xiang et al. "Optimizing thermal conductivity distribution for heat conduction problems with different optimization objectives" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 119 (2018) : 343-354 .
APA Tong, Zi-Xiang , Li, Ming-Jia , Yan, Jun-Jie , Tao, Wen-Quan . Optimizing thermal conductivity distribution for heat conduction problems with different optimization objectives . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 119 , 343-354 .
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Experimental and Numerical Analysis on the Internal Flow of Supersonic Ejector Under Different Working Modes EI CPCI-S SCIE Scopus
会议论文 | 2018 , 39 (7-8) , 700-710 | 3rd International Workshop on Heat Transfer Advances for Energy Conservation and Pollution Control (IWHT)
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Supersonic ejectors involve very complex phenomena such as interaction between supersonic and subsonic flows, shock trains, instabilities, which strongly influences the performance of supersonic ejector. In this study, the static pressure distribution along the ejector wall and Mach number distribution along the axis are used to investigate the internal flow field of supersonic ejector. Results indicate that when the back pressure is much less than the critical back pressure, there are two series of shock trains, and the change of the back pressure will not affect the flow field before the effective area section, so the entrainment ratio would remain constant. The second shock train moves further upstream and is combined with the first shock train to form a single shock train as the back pressure rises. When the back pressure is greater than the critical back pressure, the position of the shock train, the static pressure at its upstream and the entrainment ratio, will be affected. The effective area section in the mixing tube is obtained. The effective area section position moves downstream with the increase of the primary flow pressure, while it moves upstream with the increase of the secondary flow pressure. The entrainment ratio shows inversely proportional relationship with the effective section position. Besides, the first shock train length increases with the increase of primary flow pressure or secondary flow pressure. The critical back pressure represents direct proportional relationship to the first shock train length.

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Weixiong , Xue, Kangkang , Chen, Huiqiang et al. Experimental and Numerical Analysis on the Internal Flow of Supersonic Ejector Under Different Working Modes [C] . 2018 : 700-710 .
MLA Chen, Weixiong et al. "Experimental and Numerical Analysis on the Internal Flow of Supersonic Ejector Under Different Working Modes" . (2018) : 700-710 .
APA Chen, Weixiong , Xue, Kangkang , Chen, Huiqiang , Chong, Daotong , Yan, Junjie . Experimental and Numerical Analysis on the Internal Flow of Supersonic Ejector Under Different Working Modes . (2018) : 700-710 .
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Numerical and Experimental study on the performance of a new two-layered high-temperature packed-bed thermal energy storage system with changed-diameter macro-encapsulation capsule EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 142 , 830-845 | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING
SCOPUS Cited Count: 1
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In this paper, a new two-layered high-temperature packed-bed thermal energy storage system (PBTES) with changed-diameter macro-encapsulation capsule has been established to improve the thermal performance of PBTES. The effects of different diameters on thermal energy storage (TES) charging rate and TES density are numerically analyzed primarily. Second, the optimized hierarchical structure of PBTES is further constructed based on the proposed optimal comprehensive index called TES rate density. The optimal diameter pair of capsules exists when one of the diameters is fixed to obtain the optimized TES charging rate and TES rate density. Moreover, the thermal performance of diameter-changed two-layered PBTES is obtained compared to that of single-layered PBTES system. Finally, thermal performance of two-layered PBTES is experimentally examined. The influence of different inlet temperature and mass flow on the thermal performance of the system are investigated. The results are concluded as follows. (1) The phase change material of the lower-layer is melted faster by adopting the two-layered PBTES system. The improvement of heat transfer performance and enhancement of uneven heat transfer temperature can further increase the thermal performance of the system. (2) When the air inlet temperature increases from 425 degrees C to 465 degrees C, the TES charging rate can be increased by 60.5% and the heat storage efficiency rises from 84.8% to 91.1%. The TES charging rate is raised by 23.5% when the mass flow rate increases from 180 kg.h(-1) to 260 kg.h(-1) and the heat storage efficiency is decreased slightly. (3) With the same inlet temperature and mass flow, the TES charging rate of diameter-changed two-layered PBTES is better than that of single-layered PBTES. The maximum TES charging rate of the former system can be increased by 12.4% compared to that of the latter system, and TES rate density of two-layered PBTES can be improved by 13% as well. In summary, the new diameter-changed two-layered PBTES is an optimized system of heat storage. The study provides a design of such the PBTES for a first step implementation of the technology and the improvement of thermal performance optimization.

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Numerical analysis PCM capsule Experimental study Diameter-changed two-layered PBTES system Optimized thermal performance

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GB/T 7714 Li, Ming-Jia , Jin, Bo , Yan, Jun-Jie et al. Numerical and Experimental study on the performance of a new two-layered high-temperature packed-bed thermal energy storage system with changed-diameter macro-encapsulation capsule [J]. | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING , 2018 , 142 : 830-845 .
MLA Li, Ming-Jia et al. "Numerical and Experimental study on the performance of a new two-layered high-temperature packed-bed thermal energy storage system with changed-diameter macro-encapsulation capsule" . | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING 142 (2018) : 830-845 .
APA Li, Ming-Jia , Jin, Bo , Yan, Jun-Jie , Ma, Zhao , Li, Meng-Jie . Numerical and Experimental study on the performance of a new two-layered high-temperature packed-bed thermal energy storage system with changed-diameter macro-encapsulation capsule . | APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING , 2018 , 142 , 830-845 .
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Entropy generation analysis on a heat exchanger with different design and operation factors during transient processes EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 158 , 330-342 | ENERGY
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 5
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Entropy generation analyses on the transient processes of heat exchangers can guide their designs and operations. A dynamic model of a typical recuperative heater is developed based on mass, energy, and momentum conservation equations. Dynamic behaviors of the heater during transient processes are analyzed based on the second law of thermodynamics. The real-time entropy generation rate due to the heat transfer between the work medium and metal surfaces, and the heat conduction in metals are presented and discussed. A cold fluid flow rate with 20% step increase is adopted as the boundary disturbance, and dynamic performances are obtained. Additional entropy is generated in the heater during the transient processes compared with stationary work conditions. Several design and operation factors of the heater are discussed. Calculation results show that the additional total entropy generation diminishes during the transient processes with the increase in the thermal diffusivity of metal. This rule is also suitable for the influence of thermal transfer resistance between the fluid and metal. By contrast, the metal thickness and specific heat capacity of hot work fluid have opposite influences on the total additional entropy generation of the heater during the transient processes. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Dynamic modeling Entropy generation Recuperative heaters Transient processes

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Chaoyang , Liu, Ming , Zhao, Yongliang et al. Entropy generation analysis on a heat exchanger with different design and operation factors during transient processes [J]. | ENERGY , 2018 , 158 : 330-342 .
MLA Wang, Chaoyang et al. "Entropy generation analysis on a heat exchanger with different design and operation factors during transient processes" . | ENERGY 158 (2018) : 330-342 .
APA Wang, Chaoyang , Liu, Ming , Zhao, Yongliang , Qiao, Yongqiang , Yan, Junjie . Entropy generation analysis on a heat exchanger with different design and operation factors during transient processes . | ENERGY , 2018 , 158 , 330-342 .
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Numerical simulation of vortex in residual heat removal system during mid-loop operation EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 337 , 428-438 | NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
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Free surface vortex, especially in a pattern of full air core vortex, causes serious security problems in the residual heat removal system. Vortex in a T-junction pipe system was numerically investigated under the premise that the simulation results are in agreement with the experimental results. First, four typical states were obtained in the formation and evolution process of vortex, namely, surface dimple, critical submergence state, air entrainment vortex state, and large air entrainment state. With increasing Froude (Fr) number, the time from an initiate flow field to the critical submergence state decreased, and the time interval between critical submergence state and large air entrainment state increased. Finally, the variation law of vortex intensity was analyzed during the evolution process. The vortex intensity initially increased with time and reached its maximum value and then decreased until it reached a minimum value before the large air entrainment state. With the increase of Fr, the maximum values of vortex intensity gradually increased.

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Vortex Residual heat removal system Air entrainment Critical submergence

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GB/T 7714 Song, Shilin , Zhao, Quanbin , Chong, Daotong et al. Numerical simulation of vortex in residual heat removal system during mid-loop operation [J]. | NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN , 2018 , 337 : 428-438 .
MLA Song, Shilin et al. "Numerical simulation of vortex in residual heat removal system during mid-loop operation" . | NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN 337 (2018) : 428-438 .
APA Song, Shilin , Zhao, Quanbin , Chong, Daotong , Chen, Weixiong , Yan, Junjie . Numerical simulation of vortex in residual heat removal system during mid-loop operation . | NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN , 2018 , 337 , 428-438 .
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Numerical investigation on the effects of steam and water parameters on steam jet condensation through a double-hole nozzle EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 126 , 831-842 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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Steam jet condensation through multi-hole nozzles in a pressure relief pool is important for the design and safe operation of a nuclear reactor system. In this study, stable steam jet condensation through a double-hole nozzle was investigated at different water temperatures and steam pressures by CFD method. Simulation results indicated that the shape of steam cavity changed from conical to ellipsoidal with an increase in water temperature and steam pressure, and steam jet length gradually increased. Meanwhile, the interaction between two steam cavities was enhanced and they even merged under certain conditions. Expansion and compression waves were found by analyzing the thermal hydraulic parameters along the hole centerline. Water temperature and steam pressure exerted different effects on the intensity of expansion/compression waves and the positions of maximum expansion/compression. Finally, thermal hydraulic parameters along the nozzle centerline were analyzed. Steam volume fraction, temperature, and velocity initially increased and then decreased as axial distance increased, which appeared as evident peaks under the present conditions. When water temperature and steam pressure increased, the peak values of steam volume fraction, temperature, and velocity gradually increased and their positions moved downstream. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Thermal hydraulic parameters Condensation Double-hole nozzle Water temperature Steam pressure

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Lutao , Yue, Xiaoyu , Zhao, Quanbin et al. Numerical investigation on the effects of steam and water parameters on steam jet condensation through a double-hole nozzle [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 126 : 831-842 .
MLA Wang, Lutao et al. "Numerical investigation on the effects of steam and water parameters on steam jet condensation through a double-hole nozzle" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 126 (2018) : 831-842 .
APA Wang, Lutao , Yue, Xiaoyu , Zhao, Quanbin , Chong, Daotong , Yan, Junjie . Numerical investigation on the effects of steam and water parameters on steam jet condensation through a double-hole nozzle . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 126 , 831-842 .
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Experimental investigation on heat transfer characteristics in circulatory flash vaporization of aqueous NaCl solution EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 446 , 12-20 | Desalination
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In this work, a series of experiments on circulatory flash vaporization of 10% and 20% NaCl solution was performed. The heat transfer characteristics in circulatory flash vaporization under different experimental conditions were presented. The non-equilibrium fraction of circulatory flash vaporization (NEF) was adopted to describe the extent of flash vaporization process completion. A volumetric heat transfer coefficient of circulatory flash vaporization (hv) was introduced in the present study to evaluate the heat flux evolution from per unit volume of liquid pool under unit superheat degree. Moreover, the influences of superheat degree, pressure of flash evaporator, initial liquid level, circulating flow rate and concentration of NaCl solution on the volumetric heat transfer coefficient were also analyzed. Results suggested that the volumetric heat transfer coefficient increased with the superheat degree and flash chamber pressure. Lowering the initial liquid level and brine concentration promoted the heat transfer intensity. And Nusselt number of circulatory flash vaporization NuA was proposed to describe the heat transfer performance of circulatory flash vaporization according to the definition of volumetric heat transfer coefficient. Moreover, a correlation between Nusselt number of circulatory flash vaporization and dimensionless parameters was obtained with the relative error between −31.1% and 32.8% for 1.5 ≤ ΔT ≤ 20 K, 400≤Q≤1200 L h−1, 7.4 ≤ Pf ≤ 31.2 kPa and 0.05 ≤ fm ≤ 0.2. © 2018 Elsevier B.V.

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Aqueous NaCl solutions Dimensionless parameters Experimental investigations Flash vaporization Heat transfer characteristics Heat transfer performance Non equilibrium Volumetric heat transfer coefficients

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Yu , He, Qi , Li, Gen et al. Experimental investigation on heat transfer characteristics in circulatory flash vaporization of aqueous NaCl solution [J]. | Desalination , 2018 , 446 : 12-20 .
MLA Wang, Yu et al. "Experimental investigation on heat transfer characteristics in circulatory flash vaporization of aqueous NaCl solution" . | Desalination 446 (2018) : 12-20 .
APA Wang, Yu , He, Qi , Li, Gen , Yang, Qingzhong , Yan, Junjie . Experimental investigation on heat transfer characteristics in circulatory flash vaporization of aqueous NaCl solution . | Desalination , 2018 , 446 , 12-20 .
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