REVIEW ON METHODS OF ENHANCING HEAT TRANSFER IN HEAT EXCHANGERS

Authors

  • Naeem Shaikh Mechanical, Sanjay Bhokare Group of Institutes, India
  • S. N. Hublikar Mechanical, Sanjay Bhokare Group of Institutes, India
  • Nausheen Pathan Junior Engineer, Mahagenco, India
  • Saba Shaikh Electrical, Walchand College of Engineering, India

Keywords:

Heat Exchangers, Advanced Materials, Nanofluids, Compact Heat Exchangers, Extended Surface Heat Exchangers, Phase Change Materials, Supercritical Fluids, Efficiency, Sustainability, Energy, Technology

Abstract

Efficient heat transfer is a critical component in various industrial processes, and heat exchangers play a pivotal role in achieving this efficiency. This report explores methods to enhance heat transfer efficiency in heat exchangers, including the utilization of advanced materials, innovative geometries, and novel heat transfer fluids. Key findings reveal the potential of high thermal conductivity materials, nanofluids, compact heat exchangers, extended surface heat exchangers, phase change materials (PCMs), and supercritical fluids to optimize heat exchange. Real-world case studies showcase the practical application of these methods in power plants, HVAC systems, and solar collectors. The report also discusses the challenges and future directions in heat exchanger technology, including material integration, environmental considerations, and the need for ongoing research and development.

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Additional Files

Published

20-11-2023

How to Cite

Naeem Shaikh, S. N. Hublikar, Nausheen Pathan, & Saba Shaikh. (2023). REVIEW ON METHODS OF ENHANCING HEAT TRANSFER IN HEAT EXCHANGERS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 9(11). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/3172