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Old Nov 28th 2016, 11:58 AM   #1
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Heat Transfer

Hi,

so i have to design a system whereby steam is generated in a pipe from the use of a heater/parabolic mirror.
I have water coming in at 15 degrees and steam leaving at 100 degrees, i know the heat flux coming in and i am allowed to change the specifications of the pipe. However, when i try to calculate the logarithmic mean temperature difference i dont know the temperature of the pipe so cannot work out the nucleaic boiling transfer value. Does anyone know what im missing?

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