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The influence of Corbel shape on bundle pressure drop of a crossflow heat exchanger

McIlwain, S.R. and Kenbar, A.M.R. and Lee, C.K. (2002) The influence of Corbel shape on bundle pressure drop of a crossflow heat exchanger. In: Proceedings of HTFS Research Symposium, 1900-01-01.

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Open literature heat exchange methods may be sufficient for simple heat exchange, but are inadequate for the exacting challenges of modern process design and optimization. Often the engineer is faced with processes involving multi-component boiling, condensing or simultaneous heat and mass transfer. Advanced methods generated from an on-going programme of research are therefore required. HTFS Research comprises both painstaking experimental study and expert analysis to develop our proprietary theoretical models and correlations.