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bf - base fluid; C - cold; e - electronic; H - hot; L - lattice; m - magnetic;nf - nanafluid;np - nanoparticle; r - regenerator.
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The present work deals with the further experimental study based on a device used to roast molten steel container involving HTAC technology to research into the heat transfer feature of honeycomb heat regenerator.
Packed-bed scavenging-air regenerators are the dominant technology for industrial liquid-desiccant dehumidifiers that use halide salts.
We are developing ceramic regenerators with a patented arrangement that gives low compressed-air leakage and long seal lives.
Factor and Grossman (1980) compared the experimental and theoretical model of a packed regenerator using LiBr and preheated air.
Subsequently, the return feed from the regenerator passes through a cooling tower or chiller to remove the heat input from the regenerator.
A regenerator constructed of several magnetocaloric materials is referred to as a layered regenerator and AMRR systems that utilize layered regenerators have the potential to achieve higher system performance than single-material AMRR systems.
Ms Norman, who last year was awarded the title of the Welsh Woman of the Year for Education, will be officially presented with her Regenerator award, which is sponsored by HSBC Bank and Community Enterprise Wales,at a ceremony next month.
The equipment modeling examples presented in the paper illustrate a variety of regenerator and electronic grooming scenarios, and resulting calculations confirm that optical network capital equipment costs can be significantly reduced when regenerator and electronic grooming functions occur together as compared to the placement of only regenerators or only electronic grooming.
They also help deliver high performance for ultra-long-haul 100G transmission, reducing the need for optical amplifiers and regenerators.
Studies of the impact of oscillating flow on the behavior of passive regenerators have found that heat transfer is enhanced and pressure drop is increased relative to a steady flow (for example, Zhao and Cheng [1996]).