Ways of Intensifying the Heat Exchange Processes in a Single-Well System for Subsoil Deep Thermal Energy Pickup and Transportation

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Volume-68 Issue-11
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : A.V. Ryzhenkov, A.Y. Likhaeva, S.V. Grigoryev, M.R. Dasaev, I.S. Sokolov
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I11P205


MLA Style: A.V. Ryzhenkov, A.Y. Likhaeva, S.V. Grigoryev, M.R. Dasaev, I.S. Sokolov  "Ways of Intensifying the Heat Exchange Processes in a Single-Well System for Subsoil Deep Thermal Energy Pickup and Transportation" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.11(2020):33-48. 

APA Style:A.V. Ryzhenkov, A.Y. Likhaeva, S.V. Grigoryev, M.R. Dasaev, I.S. Sokolov. Ways of Intensifying the Heat Exchange Processes in a Single-Well System for Subsoil Deep Thermal Energy Pickup and Transportation  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(11),33-48.

The main task of a heat supply system is uninterrupted supply of heat energy with the specified parameters to the consumer with minimum losses. The efficiency of heat supply systems largely depends on the heat exchange equipment used. Reducing the weight and dimensions, increasing the amount of heat transferred, and reducing electricity consumption for pumping the heat carrier are the main goals of increasing the efficiency of the heat exchange equipment. This article provides an overview of the traditional and promising methods for intensifying the heat exchange processes in the heat exchange equipment.


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