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Old   April 29, 2002, 11:24
Default Inline Tube Bundle + HTT
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JOHN
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Hello everyone, I need your help here. I have a project about "Inline Tube Bundle Cell With Heat Transfer" which I shall do a study about. This is okey so far, but I need to perform my project based on a conducted experiment (from which I can take various parameters like BC's, Temperatures, Upstream fluid velocity, type of fluid, material...) & to which I shall compare my results (using a CFD simulation software, basically Fluent). So if anybody can give me a link or any other resource about such an experiment I would be really greateful. Peace Be With You. JOHN
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Old   April 30, 2002, 02:10
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Rami
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The following are good references:

Sparrow, E. M. and Ramsey, J. M, Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop for a Staggered Wall-Attached Array of Cylinders with Tip Clearance, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 21, pp. 1369-1377, 1978

A. Zukauskas, R. Ulinskas, Heat Transfer in Tube Banks in Crossflow, Hemisphere, 1988.
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