Fin efficiency of round tube and plate fin surfaces with and without louvres

L. C.A. Yu, M. R. Heikal, T. A. Cowell

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Numerical results have been presented in the literature for surfaces with tubes arranged in a regular 60 degree layout and approximating equations have been proposed for layouts other than 60 degree. The first part of this paper presents numerical results for non-60 degree configurations which demonstrate that the approximating equations are perfectly adequate for engineering applications in these cases. The second part of the paper presents numerical results for surfaces in which louvres have been cut for heat transfer enhancement. The results demonstrate that cutting of the fin material to form the louvres results in a significant reduction in fin efficiency, which must be taken into account in assessing the enhancement effect of the louvres.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInstitution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series
PublisherPubl by Inst of Chemical Engineers
Pages773-780
Number of pages8
Volume2
Edition129
ISBN (Print)0852952821
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1992
Event3rd UK National Conference incorporating 1st European Conference on Thermal Sciences - Birmingham, Engl
Duration: 16 Sep 199218 Sep 1992

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Conference3rd UK National Conference incorporating 1st European Conference on Thermal Sciences
CityBirmingham, Engl
Period16/09/9218/09/92

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Yu, L. C. A., Heikal, M. R., & Cowell, T. A. (1992). Fin efficiency of round tube and plate fin surfaces with and without louvres. In Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series (129 ed., Vol. 2, pp. 773-780). Publ by Inst of Chemical Engineers.
Yu, L. C.A. ; Heikal, M. R. ; Cowell, T. A. / Fin efficiency of round tube and plate fin surfaces with and without louvres. Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series. Vol. 2 129. ed. Publ by Inst of Chemical Engineers, 1992. pp. 773-780
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Fin efficiency of round tube and plate fin surfaces with and without louvres. / Yu, L. C.A.; Heikal, M. R.; Cowell, T. A.

Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series. Vol. 2 129. ed. Publ by Inst of Chemical Engineers, 1992. p. 773-780.

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Yu LCA, Heikal MR, Cowell TA. Fin efficiency of round tube and plate fin surfaces with and without louvres. In Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series. 129 ed. Vol. 2. Publ by Inst of Chemical Engineers. 1992. p. 773-780