MODELING OF FLOW AND TEMPERATURE FIELD IN AN ECONOMIZER

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This article deals with the economizer as one of the main parts of a boiler. Economizers and air heaters perform a key function in providing high overall boiler thermal efficiency by recovering the low level energy from the flue gas before it is exhausted to the atmosphere. The most common and reliable economizer design is the bare-tube, in-line, cross-flow type. To reduce capital costs, most boiler manufacturers build economizers with a variety of designs to enhance the controlling gas-side heat transfer rate. From this point of view it creates a lack for an investigation and modeling of these parts.

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Brumerčík, F., Sojcak, D., Lukáč, M., Nieoczym, A., & Wierzbicki, S. (2016). Modeling of flow and temperature field in an economizer. Applied Computer Science, 12(2), 63-73.
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Brumerčík, František, Dusan Sojcak, Michal Lukáč, Aleksander Nieoczym, and Sławomir Wierzbicki. "Modeling of Flow and Temperature Field in an Economizer." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 2 (2016): 63-73.
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F. Brumerčík, D. Sojcak, M. Lukáč, A. Nieoczym, and S. Wierzbicki, "Modeling of flow and temperature field in an economizer," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 63-73, 2016.
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Brumerčík F, Sojcak D, Lukáč M, Nieoczym A, Wierzbicki S. Modeling of flow and temperature field in an economizer. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(2):63-73.
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