HT36X - Extended Tubular Heat Exchanger

The tubular heat exchanger is the simplest form of heat exchanger and consists of two concentric (coaxial) tubes carrying the hot and cold fluids. In these miniature versions the tubes are separated into sections to reduce the overall length and to enable the temperature at points along both fluid streams to be measured.
The HT36X unit has four longer tube sections, giving four times the overall heat transfer area and three interim temperature measurement points in each fluid stream.
The unit has sufficient heat transfer area to demonstrate the classic counter current flow conditions where the outlet of the heated stream is hotter than the outlet of the cooled stream.

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