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Heat Transfer & Hydraulic Resistance at Supercritical Pressures in Power Engineering Applications

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I. L. Pioro
I. L. Pioro
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R. B. Duffey
R. B. Duffey
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ISBN-10:
0791802523
No. of Pages:
300
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2007

As mentioned previously, carbon dioxide has often been used as a supercritical working fluid in various thermodynamic cycles and heat exchangers and as a modeling fluid instead of supercritical water, because of its lower critical pressure and temperature.

Forced-Convection Heat Transfer
Heat Transfer in Vertical Tubes
Heat Transfer in Horizontal Tubes and Other Flow Geometries
Free-Convection Heat Transfer
Final Remarks and Conclusions
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