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Transport Phenomena in Thermal Engineering. Volume 2

ISBN 打印: 1-56700-015-0

DIRECT CONTACT LIQUID-LIQUID HEAT EXCHANGER OPERATION FOR A SOLAR SYSTEM

Abstract

In most direct contact liquid-liquid heat exchangers, oil or hydrocarbon with a density less than water is normally used as dispersed working fluid. The main difficulty that arises with this arrangement lies in the control of the interface at the top of the column. When it is closely connected with a solar collector which uses water as its working fluid, the main difficulties arise from the fact that the water can be frozen during winter time. In order to solve these problems and to demonstrate the technical feasibility of a direct contact liquid-liquid heat exchanger, liquids heavier than water with low freezing temperature has been utilized as dispersed phase liquids in a small laboratory scale model made out of pyrex glass. In the present investigation, dimethyl phthalate(C6H4(COOCH3)2) and diethyl phthalate(C6H4(CO2C2H5)2) are utilized as heavy dispersed phase working fluids.
The results of the present investigation support the technical feasibility in the utilizatin of heavier dispersed working liquid in the spray column liquid-liquid heat exchanger for a solar system. The overall average temperature difference along the column is found to be almost half of the initial temperature difference between the dispersed and the continuous phase. Despite the fact that the two phthalates tested in the experiment differ significantly in some of their physical properties, the volumetric heat transfer coefficients in terms of dispersed fluid superficial velocities were found to be similar for both phthalates tested.
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