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Title: Prediction of Shell Side Heat Transfer Coefficient for Common Gases
Authors: Swain, Anup Kumar
Roy, G K
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Chemical Engineering World , August 2004
Abstract: Empirical relations are available for the calculation of heat transfer coefficient for the shell side fluid. However, most widely adopted method by the designers is the vs. Reynolds Number plot presented by Kern[1]. This is used for the hydrocarbons, organic compounds, water, aqueous solutions and gases. The above relation between jH and Reynolds
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