Fouling on Heat Exchanger Surfaces: Can it be Prevented?

Bohnet, Matthias GND

A measure to reduce fouling is an extension of the induction time by a defined modification of interfacial interactions between heat transfer surface and crystalline deposit. Because these interactions are caused by molecular and mechanical forces, two approaches for fouling mitigation have been developed: 1. Modification of the energy related properties of the heat transfer surface. 2. Modification of the geometry related properties of the heat transfer surface.

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Bohnet, Matthias: Fouling on Heat Exchanger Surfaces: Can it be Prevented?. Braunschweig 2003. Cramer.

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