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Old   February 18, 2002, 15:03
Default Heat transfer in ducts
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Peter
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Does anyone knows about any studies or papers dealing with heat transfer coefficient calculations in simple ducts in comparison with traditional empirical correlations (Sieder-Tate, Dittus-Boelter,...)? Many thanks
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Old   February 18, 2002, 16:53
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Thomas P. Abraham
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Hello Peter,

Check for the following: "Improved Modeling of Turbulent Forced Convective Heat Transfer in Straight Ducts" M. Rokni and B. Sunden Transactions of the ASME Vol 121 August 1999 Pages 712 to 718

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Thomas
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Old   February 19, 2002, 17:59
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Hi Peter,

Principles of heat transfer by Frank Kreith and Mark S Bohn has got Correlation relations(Nusselt) for variety of shapes(single long horizontal cylinder,inclined cylinder,long concentric cylinders,rotating cylinder and disk). regards gita
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