mean temperature difference

mean temperature difference

[′mēn ′tem·prə·chər ‚dif·rəns]
(chemical engineering)
In heat exchange calculations, a pseudo average temperature difference between the warmer and colder fluids at inlet and outlet conditions.
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To address this difficulty, a so-called "constant logarithmic mean temperature difference (LMTD) analysis" method is proposed.
2,4 The known mean temperature difference between the two sides of various body segments is 0.
a]) represents heat transfer from the cartridge heater, the convection surface area, mean temperature difference respectively.
The final resultant map presented the fact that major mean temperature difference over the three decades, i.
where Tu-r is the yearly mean temperature difference (C) between urban station and Lahore Airport, pop is the urban population and a and b are the constants.
Using the log mean temperature difference (LMTD) equation and other plant selection information provided by the manufacturer, heat transfer factors were derived for the dry coolers (A.
lm] is the logarithmic mean temperature difference.
Figure 5 the variation of logarithmic mean temperature difference with velocity of air passing through the evaporator with different test conditions for R22 and M20 refrigerant mixture.
The heat transfer equation, using the mean temperature difference to each independent tube applied to pure cross-flow type heat exchangers (Domanski 1989), is shown below.
Plateflow is said to offer true countercurrent flow, maximizing mean temperature difference between the fluids.
000) mean temperature difference between the axilla (both glass and CPPT TraxIt) and the skin is expected (Kunnel et al.
For the calculation of the heat transfer, a new equation is used to calculate the mean temperature difference under consideration of the dissipation.