Assessing the Methods for Forming Interfacial Heat-Mass Exchange Surface in Flowing Air Contact with Water

 An overview of methods for constructing interfacial heat-mass exchange surfaces is provided in contact devices for air steam treatment. The use of a plate head-piece with a mechanical vibration exciter is offered as a viable method for forming a heat-mass exchange surface in air-to-water contact during adiabatic wetting in air conditioning systems. In these circumstances, a method for determining the area of the interfacial heat-mass exchange surface based on the number of transfer units is developed. The criterion equations that explain heat and mass transfer are discovered when a plate head-piece with a vibration exciter is used for adiabatic air wetting. Using a plate head-piece with vibration exciter as a contact device saves energy due to lower aerodynamic resistance of the air channel and process intensification.

Author(s) Details:

A. G. Averkin,
Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, 28, Germana Titova str., Penza, 440028, Russia.

A. I. Eremkin,
Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, 28, Germana Titova str., Penza, 440028, Russia.

S. O. Kiselev,
Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, 28, Germana Titova str., Penza, 440028, Russia.

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