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Heat Exchanger Simulation with exhaust gas and water as the working fluids

Question asked by Vamsi Mokkapati on Mar 20, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 27, 2013 by Vamsi Mokkapati

Hi all,


I have doing some heat exchanger calculations which are obtained from some power plant. I have done the theoritical calculations for this type of heat exhcnager but the results are not matching so I just want to do the heat exchanger simulation and compare those results with the calculated results and the experimental results.


So, here is the case, I have a shell and tube heat exchanger in which the tube is not the plain tube but annularly corrugated tube in which the exhaust gas is flows and above that water flows at certain velocity. So is it possible to do this type of simulation?


I have the idea how to do with the single fluid and for the plain tube but not with the corrugated tube. Are those results relaiable??