Characterization of the Thermal Transport Properties in Steel Pipes for the Improvement of the Energy Efficiency of Firetube Boilers

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General objective Characterize the thermal transport properties in steel pipes to improve the energy efficiency of fire-tube boilers. Justification This project seeks to improve the thermal performance of the multiphase pure substance water vapor through the characterization of the thermal transport properties of this fluid with the provision of metallic nanoparticles. The present investigative work will allow to fulfill the stated objectives, when designing a network of steel pipes with the circulation of water vapor, as well as the simulation of this flow through computational fluid dynamics (CFD) programs, this will provide the People who work with water vapor make better use of the energy that this fluid possesses.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/04/171/04/17

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