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A study on the development of the high efficiency condensing heat exchanger
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 Title & Authors
A study on the development of the high efficiency condensing heat exchanger
Lee, Geum-Bae; Park, Sang-Il; Park, Jun-Tae;
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 Abstract
A computer simulation program of a high efficiency condensing heat exchanger is developed. The flue gas flows outside bare tube bundles both in strong cross flow and in weak counter flow and the cooling water inside the tubes. Condensing heat exchangers achieve high efficiency by reducing flue-gas temperatures to a level at which most of the water vapor in the flue gas is condensed and the latent heat associated with phase change of the water is recovered. The computer model has been verified by comparison with measured data. To verify the model, heat transfer coefficient was adjusted, along with the mass transfer diffusion coefficient and pressure drop coefficient, to achieve agreement between predicted and measured data. The efficiencies of heat exchanger increase 2.3 ~ 8.1% by condensations of 6.3 ~ 62.6% of the water vapor in the flue gas.
 Keywords
Condensing Heat Exchanger;Latent Heat;Sensible Heat;Condensation;Diffusion;
 Language
Korean
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