Despite the tremendous direct and indirect relevance to earth natural resources, greenhouse gas emissions and world economics, heat exchanger science has a backlog and with it heat exchanger performance of current heat exchanger designs too. According to me, heat exchange science and technology can be greatly improved.
Recently I made a certain contribution to improve heat exchanger science which I published in LinkedIn article "Eliminating math loop in ϵ-NTU led to unification with LMTD; one new heat exchanger method is left". In fact, this article is, unintentionally, proof to some degree of the bold statements regarding the backlog of heat exchanger science.
Supporting better heat exchanger technologies and science
As an independent researcher, I need the support of the heat exchanger community and hoping beyond as improving heat exchanger performance is important to all of us. With your support I can continue to work on the above two projects and share them with the community.
I do thank all of the supporters and contributors of the project I initiated. You are part of a growing community who supports the highly important and necessary work to actively contribute to better heat exchanger technologies and science. With your support you have contributed to these two near future projects:
- Publication of another important report "Fallacy of circular reasoning in the overall heat transfer coëfficiënt"
- Professionalizing the open source sharing of the certified and documented Turing heat exchanger algorithm
Please contact me or connect to my LinkedIn profile so I can update you personally.