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Abhishek January 22, 2005 08:24

Concentric Tube Heat Exchanger Analysis
 
HI. I am a M.E. student at VJTI Mumbai.

I have to carry out heat transfer analysis between two fluids through a solid region using CFX . I have built a simple model of two concentric tubes. Hot fluid flows throught the outer tube whereas cold through the inner. The two fluids are seperated by copper tube . How should I simluate these conditions so that the cold fluid gets heated by the hot fluid through solid copper.

Can anyone please guide me.

Glenn Horrocks January 23, 2005 17:25

Re: Concentric Tube Heat Exchanger Analysis
 
Hi,

This type of model is called "conjugate heat transfer" or CHT. There is an example CHT simulation which comes with CFX.

Glenn Horrocks

satheeshmech September 29, 2010 08:56

same prob for me
 
hi abishek,

i have a same problem., if u know pls answer me, mail me to satheeshmech@gmail.com

sandeepshrijoshi November 8, 2011 06:45

Ur query
 
CFX version 1 can be better option just chk it out







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Originally Posted by Abhishek
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HI. I am a M.E. student at VJTI Mumbai.

I have to carry out heat transfer analysis between two fluids through a solid region using CFX . I have built a simple model of two concentric tubes. Hot fluid flows throught the outer tube whereas cold through the inner. The two fluids are seperated by copper tube . How should I simluate these conditions so that the cold fluid gets heated by the hot fluid through solid copper.

Can anyone please guide me.



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