Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Two Dimensional Condenser

Mohit Kumar, Shubham Singhmar, Shubham Gupta


Heat pipe is a thermodynamic device of very high thermal conductance. In a heat pipe the working fluid experiences phase change both in the evaporator and condenser sections. In this paper modeling a heat exchanger/condenser is a more complex problem with useful applications. A two-dimensional approach was initially used to gain insight into the problem before moving onto a full three-dimensional condenser with numerous cooling tubes and baffles. The central tube prevents the air from traveling directly from the input pipe to the output pipe, instead forcing the air to circulate and spend more time being cooled before exiting.

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