An experimental study on latent heat recovery of exhaust wet flue gas
The experiment was conducted to investigate the heat transfer performance of wet flue gas in a vertical tube. The factors influencing the convective condensation of wet flue gas were experimentally investigated. The measured results indicate that the convective heat transfer of bulk flow and condensation heat transfer of vapor have significant contribution to the total heat transfer and the dominant transport mechanism is dependent upon the vapor fraction in mixture.
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