Flow condensation R134a, R450A, and R513A: IJHMT publication by Morrow and Derby

Published: 27 April 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7rksfp2bbk.1
Contributors:
Melanie Derby,

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Experimental flow condensation heat transfer coefficient and pressure drop data are tabulated for R134a, R513A, and R450A in seven parallel 0.95-mm diameter mini-channels for a range of mass fluxes (i.e., 200–500 kg/m2s) and qualities (i.e., 0.2–0.8) at a saturation temperature of 40°C. The heat transfer coefficient uncertainties for all experiments were ± 6.3–21.2%, with an average of ± 9.8%. The data tabulated are the raw data from the paper “Flow condensation heat transfer and pressure drop performance of R134a alternative refrigerants R513A and R450A in a 0.95-mm-diameter minichannel,” accepted by the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer and its accompanying Data in Brief.

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Experimental procedure is explained in “Flow condensation heat transfer and pressure drop performance of R134a alternative refrigerants R513A and R450A in a 0.95-mm-diameter minichannel,” accepted by the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer and its accompanying Data in Brief.

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