Design and analysis of multi-stage intercooler

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This paper deals with the design and analysis of air-cooled heat exchangers. Heat exchanger means exchange the thermal duty to the next stage compressor by the external source. It will help to get an effective fluid to next stage compressor here working fluid as air so it is divided under air-cooled heat exchanger. In this, we should know what is problem occurs in the current scenario that is our objectives work on those objectives with help of theoretical knowledge, theoretical consideration, an analytical calculation that should be validated with software. For fluid flow use of pressure vessels prepare with the help of ASME codes from pressure vessel calculation we get thickness. Thermal calculations are made with the help of D. Q. Kern method from the thermal calculation we get a Heat load and required area for heat transfer. Use of that software like ANSYS, HTRI they give results if it satisfied our condition we compare that results with experimental values. It will conclude whatever we get an outputs those are right are wrong.




Nimbal, S. S., & Nalawade, M. K. (2019). Design and analysis of multi-stage intercooler. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 1705–1710.

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