Irreversible processes in a binary two-phase counter flow

 
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1996 (EN)
Irreversible processes in a binary two-phase counter flow (EN)

Kouremenos, DA (EN)
Houzouris, GE (EN)
Rogdakis, ED (EN)

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A thermodynamic method is proposed for the description of irreversible, binary, two-phase, counter-current flow processes. Irreversibilities in these processes are related to temperature and mole-fraction deviations from equilibrium which result from internal-exchange delays. The method is applied to a heat-rejecting, two-phase, counter flow of an NH3/H2O binary mixture with liquid matter in excess. A parametric study with different values of the three delay ratios involved has been performed and yields, among others, entropy production, temperature deviations, and heat exchange with the ambient. (EN)

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Liquids (EN)
Temperature (EN)
Internal exchange delays (EN)
Temperature deviation (EN)
Two phase flow (EN)
Heat Exchanger (EN)
Vapors (EN)
Binary Mixture (EN)
Entropy (EN)
Heat rejecting (EN)
Binary mixtures (EN)
Entropy production (EN)
Thermodynamics (EN)
Two-Phase Flow (EN)
Binary two phase counter flow (EN)
Energy (EN)
Heat exchange (EN)
Phase equilibria (EN)
Counter Current (EN)
Entropy Production (EN)
Parametric Study (EN)
Heat transfer (EN)

Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

Energy (EN)

1996


Pergamon Press Inc, Tarrytown, NY, United States (EN)



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