The single-blow transient testing technique for compact heat exchanger surfaces
Piersall, C.H., Jr.
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The single-blow, transient testing technique for determining the heat transfer characteristics of heat exchanger surfaces, with a summary of the underlying theory, a description of an experimental facility, and comments on the applicability of the technique, are presented. Heat transfer and flow friction data are presented for plate-fin type surfaces fabricated of perforated nickel- plate. The data indicate that perforations increase heal transfer performance without a large fractional power penalty.
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