Optimizing Design and Analysis on The Helically Coiled Tube Heat Exchanger By Providing Fins


  • Sunil kumar M.Tech. Scholar IES college of technology, Bhopal India
  • Ravindra Mohan Professor IES college of technology, Bhopal, India




Heat exchangers are an essential part in an assortment of mechanical settings, for example, cooling frameworks, force plants, refineries, and in this way ceaseless endeavor are made to expand their heat transfer efficiencies. Optimize design of helical coil heat exchanger by using fins and the Compare pressure & temperature by conventional design. The final outcome of the study increase the total heat transfer rate inside the domain. And increase the pressure drop inside the domain. The water outlet temperature decrease up to 315k and cold outlet temperature increase up to 320 k. and total pressure drop increase with the temperature increases. Finally the CFD data were compared with previous data  the total pressure drop increase up to 0.65 bar for case-2.the overall efficiency of the system incites up to 5%  to 6%.


Download data is not yet available.


Hamid Kiani Salmi, Mehdi Bahiraei “Effect of employing a new biological nanofluid containing functionalized graphene nanoplatelets on thermal and hydraulic characteristics of a spiral heat exchanger” Volume 180, 15 January 2019, Pages 72-82
Mehdi Bahiraei Reza Rahmani “Recent research contributions concerning use of nanofluids in heat exchangers: Volume 133, 25 March 2018, Pages 137-159
Nima Mazaheri, Ali Rizehvandi “Application of a hybrid nanofluid containing graphene nanoplatelet–platinum composite powder in a triple-tube heat exchanger equipped with inserted ribs” DOI: 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2018.12.072 December 2018
Reza Rahmani, Ali Yaghoobi “Recent research contributions concerning use of nanofluidsin heat exchangers: DOI: 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2018.01.041 March 2018
Vijaykant Pandey, Dinesh Kumar Koli 2015, "CFD analysis of helical coil heat exchanger" International Journal of Engineering Associates, Volume 4, Page 95-99.
M. Balachandaran 2015,"Experimental and CFD study of a Helical Coil Heat Exchanger using Water as Fluid" International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Volume 3, Page 87-91.
K. Abdul Hamid, W. H. Azmi, RIzalman Mamat, N. A. Usri and Gohalamhassan Najafi 2015, "Effect of Titanium Oxide Nanofluid Concentration on Pressure drop" ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Volume 10, Page 7815-7820.
Shiva Kumar, K Vasudev Karanth 2013, "Numerical analysis of a Helical Coiled Heat Exchanger using CFD"International Journal of Thermal Technologies, Volume 3, Page 126-130.
Fakoor-Pakdaman, M.A. Akhavan-Behabadi,P. Razi 2013, "An empirical study on the pressure drop characteristics of Nanofluid flow inside helically coiled tubes" International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Volume 65, Page 206-213.
Ashkan Alimoradi 2017, "Study of thermal effectiveness and its relation with NTU in Shell and helically coiled tube heat exchanger" Elsevier Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, Volume 9, Page 100- dropwater0.2 nanofluid0.4 nanofluid0.6 nanofluid




How to Cite

kumar, S., & Mohan, R. (2020). Optimizing Design and Analysis on The Helically Coiled Tube Heat Exchanger By Providing Fins. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 6(1), 23–31. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v6i1.259