The aim of the project is to demonstrate that harnessing an extra saline geothermal field for a municipal district heating system by using a central heat exchange facility is technically and economically feasible.
What does HE stand for?
HE stands for Heat Exchange
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Nasdaq: THTI)("THT" or the "Company"), a leading provider of heat exchangers and heat exchange solutions in China's clean technology industry, today announced that Mr.
Heat Exchange Products has been in partnership with Sud-Chemie for over nine years providing successful and effective water treatment solutions to various sectors.
2]]--the heat exchange surface [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] The problem is to determine thermal resistances in the convective heat exchange processes between the fluids (working gas and cooling agent) and the engine walls (van Basshuysen & Schafer, 2004).
The assigned task may be solved first of all by the model of heat exchange between a pellet being heated and the molten metal (the slag).
To address heat exchange between the part and mold, a new software interface allows the simulation program to use the result of a heat-exchange calculation by standard 3D finite-element software such as Abaqus.
For these very high temperatures, the company developed a system using horizontal water-cooled tubes as the heat exchange surface.
With the primary heat exchange system running at 1,200[degrees]F," says Schoell, "the steam density would have been too low for the heat exchanger to be efficient.