E3S Web Conf.
Volume 266, 2021Topical Issues of Rational Use of Natural Resources 2021
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Equipment, Transportation Services and Energy Efficiency of Mineral Industries|
|Published online||04 June 2021|
Improving the heat transfer efficiency of a direct-flow recycling boiler using organic fluid
1 Department of Heat Power Engineering,Faculty of Power Engineering, SaintPetersburg Mining University, St. Petersburg, Russia
2 Department of Metrology Instrumentation and Quality Management, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, SaintPetersburg Mining University, Russia, St. Petersburg, Russia
This paper considers the problem of studying the heat transfer exchange during boiling in a direct-flow recycling boiler using an organic coolant. The study was conducted using numerical modelling in the ANSYS software package. Asaresultofthestudyavisual picture eofvaporphasedistributionwasobtained. This picture shows that the studied heat-exchange surface can be conditionally divided into two areas: the area of intense vaporization and the area in which the degree of dry vapor varies insignificantly. Analysis of changes in the heat transfer coefficient along the length of the heat-exchange surface led to the conclusion that heat transfer in the second area is inefficient. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that intensification of heat transfer is necessary, for which it is proposed to install a separator at the boundary between the selected areas. The subject of the study is the dependence of the variationin the heat transfer coefficient along the length of the pipe and the determination of the boundary between the selected areas at various values of the defining parameters. Numerical simulation for therange of variationofthe defining parameters corresponding to the actual temperature regimeof power steam boilers and the conditions for the implementation of heat recovery in organic Rankine cycle unitswas performed.
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