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2001 Annual Conference Proceedings
This paper presents an experimental comparison between four different types of heat transfer enhancement techniques or methods in heat exchangers: Two insert devices (displacement device and swirl flow device), extended surfaces, and obstruction devices. The objective of these experiments is to assist the undergraduate mechanical engineering students in the understanding of the basic heat transfer processes and the methods and devices that can be implemented to enhance the heat transfer. Thedoi:10.18260/1-2--9259 fatcat:rhej2fatzbgkhkycsout4uxwe4