volume 17, issue 1, P22-25 1981
DOI: 10.1007/bf01245722
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Abstract: It is known that the use of turbuiizing inserts makes it possible to increase heat exchange in heat-employing equipment, including evaporating equipment, and, thereby, to cut down the magnitude of the heating surface required.Previously performed studies have shown that the use of spirally wire-wound inserts is very promising for these purposes; these are simple in construction and in fabrication, they have adequate thermal efficiency, and an acceptable hydraulic resistance [i]. However, the available data ar…

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