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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 3817-3820


REVIEW OF THERMAL PROPERTIES OF METALS AND HEAT TRANSFER APPROACHES

Thokre Manisha Rajkumar, Dr. Kakasaheb Chandrakant Mohite.




Abstract

Thermal as well as powered conductivities are inbuilt properties of materials, and they reveal the comparative simplicity and problems of strength transfer simply by the material. Metals will be very well regarded for the large electrical power conductivity that occurs from the convenient migration of electrons through the crystal lattice. The conductivity on melting for virtually all alloys reduces substantially credited to the outstanding disorder of the liquid state. Advances in manufacturing methods own contributed to foams of numerous materials becoming broadly obtainable for a selection of uses. This paper presents the review of various metal heat exchanger designs for industrial purposes with consideration of physical properties.

Key words: Thermal properties, heat transfer, exchanger, metal properties.






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