Heat transfer enhancement in turbulent upward flows of liquid-solid suspensions through vertical annuli

2001-09-01
Ozbelge, TA
This paper aims to explain the effects of radial solid concentration distributions (RSCDs) [T.A. Ozbelge, A. Beyaz, Dilute solid-liquid upward flows through a vertical annulus in a closed-loop system, Int. J. Multiphase Flow (in press); T.A. Ozbelge, A. Beyaz, Seyreltik Sivi-Kati Karisimlarinin AkiS Ozellikleri, TUBITAK Project INTAG-822, Report No: 196 I 010, Ankara, 1999] on the mechanism of heat transfer enhancement achieved in water-feldspar upward flows [T.A. Ozbelge, S.H. Koker, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 39 (1) (1996) 135] through vertical annuli having different aspect ratios (kappa = 0.31, 0.42 and 0.54) at different operating conditions. The increasing trend of local solid concentrations from the inner wall to the outer wall of the annulus [Ozbelge and Beyaz (loc. cit.), Ozbelge et al. (loc. cit.)] is found to be favorable for the enhancement of heat transfer, since the heat transfer between the hot and the cold streams occurs across the inner wall [Ozbelge and Koker (loc. cit.)]. Also, the applicability of the fluid-particle interaction model [C.A. Brandon, D.G. Thomas, in: Proceedings of the Fourth International Heat Transfer Conference, Paris, Paper CT-2.1, 1970] to turbulent liquid-solid flows in the vertical annuli [Ozbelge and Koker (loc. cit.)] is checked here. The location of peak heat transfer enhancement is determined at the dimensionless grouping of d(p)(*) = (d(p)/D-h)(Re-s)(11/16) = 4.2 for water-feldspar slurries flowing turbulently upward in the vertical annuli which is the same value as that obtained in horizontal pipes [T.A. Ozbelge, Int. J. Multiphase Flow 19 (3) (1993) 535], regardless of the geometry. This is in accordance with the interaction model [Brandon and Thomas (loc. cit.); Ozbelge (loc. cit.)].
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T. Ozbelge, “Heat transfer enhancement in turbulent upward flows of liquid-solid suspensions through vertical annuli,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER, pp. 3373–3379, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63822.