Energy conservation via heat transfer enhancement
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Energy 4 (2): 193 - 200 (1979)<ce:title>1978 Midwest Energy Conference</ce:title>.

This paper describes work on a program directed toward assessing the prospects for development of more efficient heat-exchange equipment. Improved equipment leads to more efficient thermal systems and more effective waste-heat recovery. Heat-transfer enhancement is a vital part of this development effort. Sources of information on heat-transfer enhancement are briefly reviewed. Applications are discussed, with emphasis on those techniques which have made the transition from the laboratory to full-scale industrial equipment. Typical reports of the benefits of enhancement are cited. Factors affecting commercial development and use are also discussed.
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