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ger to an exchanger with any other ow arrangement for specied NTU, C*, and inlet

temperatures.

As expected, the parallelow exchanger provides lower heat transfer rate

78% 122:7 kW 100=157:4 kW than that of a counterow exchanger. However, if

the exchanger is designed for the eectiveness lower than 40%, there is not a signicant

dierence in the exchanger eectiveness and heat transfer rate between parallelow and

counterow exchangers at equal NTU and inlet temperatures. This is an industrially

important conclusion for low eectiveness waste heat recovery from exhaust gases

having SO

2

as one of the constituents. The sulfuric acid condensation in a heat exchanger

can be prevented at atmospheric pressure if the minimum wall temperature is maintained

above about 1508C. For this case, the parallelow exchanger becomes an attractive

solution since its lowest wall temperature is higher than that of any other exchanger

ow arrangement.

Example 3.3 One important design point for a radiator design is to cool the engine at

50 km/h on a 7% grade road. Your responsibility as a design engineer is to make sure that

the coolant (50% water50% glycol) at the radiator inlet (top tank) does not exceed

1208C temperature at 100 kPa gauge radiator cap pressure. Determine the radiator top

tank temperature for the following conditions: engine heat rejection rate q 35 kW,

airow rate 0.75 kg/s, air inlet temperature 538C, and waterglycol ow rate 1.4 kg/s.

For this radiator, UA 1180 W/K. The specic heats for the air and the waterglycol

mixture are 1009 and 3664 J/kg K respectively. What will be the outlet temperature of

the waterglycol mixture? Consider the radiator with both uids unmixed.

SOLUTION

Problem Data and Schematic: Fluid ow rates, inlet temperature of the cold uid, heat

transfer rate, and the total thermal conductance are given (see Fig. E3.3).

Determine: The inlet temperature of the hot uid (waterglycol mixture).

EFFECTIVENESSNUMBER OF TRANSFER UNIT RELATIONSHIPS 137

FIGURE E3.3

Assumptions: The uid properties and UA are constant, and the maximum inlet

temperature for the hot uid is 1208C at 100 kPa, beyond which it will boil in the engine.

Analysis: We could nd the NTU from the information given. But rst, we have to nd

C* and C

min

:

C

air

C

c

_ mmc

p

air

0:75 kg=s 1009 J=kg K 756:75 W=K C

min

C

liquid

C

h

_ mmc

p

liquid

1:4 kg=s 3664 J=kg K 5129:6 W=K

C*

C

air

C

liquid

756:75 W=K

5129:6 W=K

0:148

NTU

UA

C

min

1180 W=K

756:75 W=K

1:559

From Fig. 3.9 or the Table 3.3 formula for an unmixedunmixed crossow exchanger, we

get

" 0:769

Hence, T

h;i

from Eq. (3.35) is given by

T

h;i

T

c;i

q

"C

min

538C

35 kW1000 W=kW

0:769 756:75 W=K

113:18C Ans:

Since this is less than 1208C, the design is safe. If we would have determined T

h;i

> 1208C,

we would have changed the radiator design (such as increasing A and hence UA and

NTU) so that T

h;i

1208C.

Using the energy balance equation (3.5), we could nd the waterglycol mixture outlet

temperature as follows:

T

h;o

T

h;i

q

C

h

113:18C

35 kW1000 W=kW

5129:6 W=K

106:38C Ans:

Discussion and Comments: As we discussed in Section 2.1.2.1, the two most important

heat exchanger design problems are the rating and sizing problems. However, based

on Eq. (3.7), the six independent variables of the problem for the specied ow arrange-

ment yields a total of 21 dierent problems, summarized later in Table 3.11. The

problem above is one example beyond the simple sizing problems (numbers 2 and 4 in

Table 3.11).

In reality, one needs to design/size a radiator (i.e., UA or NTU to be determined) such

that the top tank temperature does not exceed the boiling temperature of the water

glycol mixture at the worst design point (7% grade with air-conditioning on at the

highest blower speed for airow in a desert summer condition); and at the same time,

it requires low fan power to reduce the total cost of the radiator and fan as well as to

reduce a negative impact on the fuel economy. However, to simplify the present problem,

the UA and airow rate were given as part of the input data.

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