finned surface

finned surface

[¦find ′sər·fəs]
(mechanical engineering)
A tubular heat-exchange surface with extended projections on one side.
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The local heat transfer coefficient for finned surface increased to up to 77%.
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When heat must be removed from the barrel, a fan drives air over the external finned surface of the barrel.
The Fin-B surface in the present test is similar to the finned surface (Fin-A) in the Chien and Lin (2005) study.
The average heat transfer coefficients of falling film evaporation on the plain surface and the finned surface at a fixed flow rate of 1.
More bubbles were observed on the finned surface than the plain surface.
The bubble density and frequency of the finned surface were greater than those of the plain surface, but the bubble breaking size of the finned surface was smaller than that on the plain surface.
Note that the surface area ratio of the finned surface versus the smooth surface is 2.
Because the fin corners are good nucleation sites, bubble nucleation is more active on the finned surface than the smooth surface.
where r is the radius, h is the heat transfer coefficient, [eta] is the finned surface efficiency, k is the tube thermal conductivity, i means internal, and o means external; [h.
Area of finned surface - Area of plane surface)/Area of plane surface]*100
But, of course not everything is as simple as it may seem at first glance: transformers have in fact densely finned surfaces with deep undercuts which make proper cleaning difficult.