Stanton number
Hi,
i'm currently trying to size a heat exchanger and have been using Kays and London as a reference book. i have come across a calculation for the heat transfer coefficient:
h = StGCp where St = the Stanton number, G = mass velocity and Cp = specific heat.
In the text book it shows that StPr 2/3 over Re (Reynolds number) graph and states that from calculation of the the Re, StPr 2/3 can be determined. it also states that the Stanton number can be determined from the graph, however does not explain how this number can be determined.
can anybody help!!1
