Thermal equilibrium simulation of SSHEs
A simple mathematical model of fluid flow in a common type of scraped surface heat exchanger in which the gaps between the blades and the device walls are narrow, so that a lubrication-theory descript
Scraped-surface heat exchangers (SSHEs) are widely used in industries that manufacture and thermally process fluids; in particular, the food industry makes great use of such devices. Current
In this paper, the coupling of fluid flow and heat transfer in scraper surface heat exchanger is numerically studied.
Mourad Yataghene and Jack Legrand
The flow-pattern in SSHEs is typically the result of axial flow and rotation of the scrapers. Some of the crucial parameters that define this flow are axial driving force, viscosity, length of the equ
Scraped surface heat exchangers (SSHEs) are commonly used in the food, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries for heat transfer, crystallization, and other continuous processes.
Ftherm Scraped Surface heat exchanger
Heat transfer in presence of a high viscosity fluid may be substantially enhanced using heat exchangers supported by a mechanical agitation system that can also “scrape” the exchange surface (Votator）.
A neuro-computing approach was used for modeling two residence time distribution (RTD) functions — the time-specific (E-type distribution) and the cumulative particle concentration function (F-type di