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|Title:||Transient analysis of subcritical/supercritical carbon dioxide based natural circulation loop with end heat exchangers: experimental study|
|Citation:||Heat and Mass Transfer/Waerme- und Stoffuebertragung, 2017, Vol.53, 9, pp.2951-2960|
|Abstract:||Carbon dioxide (CO2) based natural circulation loops (NCLs) has gained attention due to its compactness with higher heat transfer rate. In the present study, experimental investigations have been carried out to capture the transient behaviour of a CO2 based NCL operating under subcritical as well as supercritical conditions. Water is used as the external fluid in cold and hot heat exchangers. Results are obtained for various inlet temperatures (323�353�K) of water in the hot heat exchanger and a fixed inlet temperature (305�K) of cooling water in the cold heat exchanger. Effect of loop operating pressure (50�90�bar) on system performance is also investigated. Effect of loop tilt in two different planes (XY and YZ) is also studied in terms of transient as well as steady state behaviour of the loop. Results show that the time required to attain steady state decreases as operating pressure of the loop increases. It is also observed that the change in temperature of loop fluid (CO2) across hot or cold heat exchanger decreases as operating pressure increases. � 2017, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.|
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