Evaluate The Pressure Drops And Heat Transfer Rate In Compact Heat Exchanger During Refrigerants


  • Durgeshwar Pratap Singh
  • Mr. Pankaj Negi


Pressure Drops; Heat Transfer; Heat Exchanger; Refrigerants; Heat flux; Comparative analysis.


This study examined experiments on coolant evaporation throughout minicanals as well as compressed heaters calmed by water or air cooling. This same current state of understanding in studies on coolant moisture in minicanals as well as micro evaporators, known as multiport, has been examined. There have been suggestions for future study in this area. These same researchers show evidence again for evaporation of coolants R 407C, R134a, R410A, as well as R404A in a piping system that usually contains minicanals to inner circumferences of 0.4, 0.52, 0.8, 1.10, as well as 2 mm, as well as micro canals made up of two packages of cylindrical metal minicanals to inner circumferences of 0.52 mm as well as lengths of 150 mm. The M4 converter had four minicanals, whereas the M8 converter had eight minicanals. The mean and standard deviation of the heat transmission coefficient as well as the mechanical pressure
difference during the polymerization reaction have been determined within every example. Its effect of refrigerated condensate purity as well as flowrate concentration on heat transport velocity as well as flow characteristics was demonstrated. A connection was presented to calculate the localised quantity of conductivity across a broad range of variations in the refrigerant's warm air characteristics. A comparison of tests using different coolants in minicanals as well as micro converters was performed. Studies have found that the thermal conductivity is affected by the thermal gradient concentration just on chilled material.




How to Cite

Durgeshwar Pratap Singh, & Mr. Pankaj Negi. (2023). Evaluate The Pressure Drops And Heat Transfer Rate In Compact Heat Exchanger During Refrigerants. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 4534–4540. Retrieved from https://ilkogretim-online.org/index.php/pub/article/view/2877