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Heat Transfer Fluids

Group for engineers involved or interested in heat transfer fluids, fluid monitoring and transfer fluid systems.

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Heat Transfer Rates in Divergent Duct

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Seeks opinion on the dependence of Divergence angle of flue gas duct to the formation of hot spots in the same.If some one has made a study or a practical situation, i would like you to post comments…Continue

Heat Transfer Coefficient Calculator

Started by Michael Bates Jun 22, 2011. 0 Replies

If anyone's looking for a heat transfer coefficient calculator, we've added one to…Continue

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what's the known most efficient fluid for heat transfer?

Started by rajesh damera. Last reply by Hammad Jawaed May 29, 2011. 9 Replies

Hi, I am looking for a fluid that is most efficient for heat transfer for high temperature applications and low temperature applications. Can someone tell me what are the known most efficient fluids…Continue

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Hi all, we just did an article about our custom-built 141 valves for SealGuard II, a highly reactive dual-component hydrophobic polyurethane water-stop system. It is used to repair leaks for…Continue

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Comment by Parag Naukarkar on July 7, 2014 at 11:45pm

Introduction:

Hello Group...

I am writing this email to introduce my company, Vedant Resources & Infrastructure Development.

 

We are a young and dynamic company from Pune, India 

 

Our Engineering Services include:   

  • Design & Engineering: (Heat Exchangers, Pressure Vessels, Storage Tanks, Boilers & Chimney)
  • Process Engineering:(Mass & Energy Balance, PFD, P&ID, Process Data Sheets, Equipment Layout & Elevation ,Plant Layout & Elevation)
  • Piping Engineering: (P&ID, Piping Layouts, Isometrics, Thermal Stress Analysis, BOM/MTO)
  • Knowledge - Software & Simulations: (Process Simulation S/W -ASPEN-HYSIS-CHEMCAD, VB Based Programming, Modeling -SolidWorks, Etc., Piping Engineering -PDMS, etc.)

 

Our corporate training for following modules:

  1. ASME Section VIII Division-1 (Pressure Vessel Design Code)
  2. ASME B31.3 (Process Piping Code)
  3. API-510 (Inservice Inspection Code)
  4. Awareness of ASME Codes (ASME Section I, II, V, VIII, IX)
  5. Basic Metallurgy for Fresher
  6. Other subjects (custom designed for client such as Section-I Boiler design, Damage Mechanisms and Material Properties, etc. and API-570, API-653, Etc)

 

FEA / CAE Services:

  • Static Analysis-Linear Elastic and Non Linear
  • Dynamic Analysis-Implicit / Explicit (Modal, Harmonic, Transient …)
  • Advanced Non Linear Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Fatigue Analysis
  • Coupled Field Analysis
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

 

Please do let me know if there are any opportunities where we can assist you.

 

Look forward to hearing from you soon. 

 

 

Regards,

 

Parag Naukarkar

CEO l FOUNDER

Vedant Resources & Infrastructure Development,

Pune, India

URL: www.EngineeringToIndia.com

http://www.engineeringtoindia.com/pages/AboutUs.aspx

http://www.engineeringtoindia.com/pages/Office_set_Up_India.aspx 

 

Comment by riana buchari on January 6, 2011 at 6:27pm

Dear Engineer..

I am looking for another suitable heat transfer fluid for NTC Thermistor products.

High Dielectric constant (at 25°C > 1.9)/High Thermal conductivity

Low viscosity (approximately; 2.4 cSt or lower) , Range Temperature => -40°C – 200°C , High Flash Point , No Odor , No Oil , Low Cost. OPENED SYSTEM, Medium is Bath (thermostat)

Recently, we are using fluorocarbon based for heat transfer fluid/dielectric fluid.

can someone recommend me heat transfer fluid as the spesifications i mentioned above.

Comment by Benjilali MAhdi on January 4, 2011 at 4:23am

Hello engineers

I am an energetic engineer and a JAVA programmer

We have recently developed a numerical desk top application, it can resolve 2D planar and axisymmetric heat conduction problems, it is a work of one year, we compared our results with some analytical and numerical solutions it gives good precision and fast resolution

I wish to publish my work 

Comment by selva on May 6, 2010 at 10:05am
how to find out overall heat transfer co efficient for shell and coil type ice making machine?
Comment by Morteza Hashemi on January 23, 2010 at 12:07am
Hi, i am looking for an epoxy resin that is most efficient for heat transfer from coolant fluid to a sensing element such as a NTC thermistor in a temperature sensor. can someone tell me what material is most efficient for this application....
Comment by Marshall Matheson on December 15, 2009 at 3:11pm
thanks for feedback Henryk - going to update group name.
Comment by Henryk Sienkaniec on December 15, 2009 at 11:52am
heat transfer fluid is one technical term more often used, in high temperature as well as low temperature manufacturing applications.

Thanks Marschall, this very important subject for me especialy for mfg. application, such as removing heath from lubricants to prevent their rapid deterioration, and beacouse of overheating, can and will couse failure in moving working componnents.
Comment by COMSOL Multiphysics on December 15, 2009 at 11:10am
On our website we have a number of success stories and models that discuss how COMSOL Multiphysics software can be used in modeling Fluid Structure Interaction http://www.comsol.com/industry/application/struct/fsi/
Comment by Marshall Matheson on December 15, 2009 at 10:25am
Henryk - this Group is about applications where fluid needed in industrial applications - check out this link - http://www.paratherm.com/heat_transfer_fluids.asp - hope that helps.
 

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