Intensification of heat exchange in tube bundles in a transverse flow
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Data are presented from an experimental study of heat exchange involving reticular bundles of smooth and wavy tubes. A formula obtained for a modified Reynolds analogy generalizes published data for rough tubes and tubes with intensifiers.
KeywordsExperimental Study Statistical Physic Heat Exchange Tube Bundle Transverse Flow
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