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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
165163000 Conduit coiled within casing 22
165159000 With distinct flow director in casing 20
165158000 Manifold formed by casing section and tube sheet of assembly 19
165162000 With support in casing 17
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20130025835HEAT EXCHANGER WITH BYPASS STOPPER, OIL COOLING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR COOLING OIL - A heat exchanger for an oil cooler including at least two heat exchanger members, each of which enclosing a first channel. A second channel is formed between the two heat exchanger members. An edge portion of a first one of the heat exchanger members, presents a bypass restrictor extending towards an edge portion of a second one of the heat exchanger members, and the bypass restrictor forms an outer wall of the heat exchanger. A system having such an oil cooler and a method for cooling oil are also disclosed.01-31-2013
20120175091DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND HEAT EXCHANGER APPARATUS - The invention relates to a distribution system (07-12-2012
20090159249Heat exchanger - Disclosed is a heat exchanger for fluids, particularly hydraulic oil, comprising a housing (06-25-2009
20130068430ACCUMULATOR ARRANGEMENT FOR STORING A REFRIGERATING MEDIUM, AND METHOD OF OPERATING SUCH AN ACCUMULATOR ARRANGEMENT - An accumulator arrangement suitable for use in a cooling system designed for operation with two-phase refrigerating medium, includes an accumulator vessel with a receptacle for receiving a refrigerating medium. A liquefier of the accumulator arrangement is adapted to liquefy refrigerating medium to he received into the receptacle of the accumulator vessel before fed in the receptacle of the accumulator vessel and includes a refrigerating medium outlet for discharging refrigerating medium which liquefied in the liquefier from the liquefier. The accumulator arrangement includes a heat exchanger arranged in the receptacle of the accumulator vessel and a refrigerating medium inlet connected to the refrigerating medium outlet of the liquefier for feeding refrigerating medium liquefied in the liquefier into the heat exchanger, and a refrigerating medium outlet which opens into the receptacle of the accumulator vessel for discharging refrigerating medium from the heat exchanger into the receptacle of the accumulator vessel.03-21-2013
20130160979ACCUMULATOR ARRANGEMENT FOR STORING A REFRIGERATING MEDIUM, AND METHOD OF OPERATING SUCH AN ACCUMULATOR ARRANGEMENT - An accumulator arrangement suitable for use in a cooling system designed for operation with a two-phase refrigerating medium, includes an accumulator vessel with a receptacle for receiving a refrigerating medium. A liquefier of the accumulator arrangement is adapted to liquefy refrigerating medium to be received into the receptacle of the accumulator vessel before fed in the receptacle of the accumulator vessel and includes a refrigerating medium outlet for discharging refrigerating medium which liquefied in the liquefier from the liquefier. The accumulator arrangement includes a heat exchanger arranged in the receptacle of the accumulator vessel and a refrigerating medium inlet connected to the refrigerating medium outlet of the liquefier for feeding refrigerating medium liquefied in the liquefier into the heat exchanger, and a refrigerating medium outlet which opens into the receptacle of the accumulator vessel for discharging refrigerating medium from the heat exchanger into the receptacle of the accumulator vessel.06-27-2013
20110290459MOISTURE SEPARATOR/HEATER - A moisture separator/heater that removes moisture from highly moist steam and heats the steam from which the moisture has been removed to produce superheated steam is provided. The moisture separator/heater includes a cylindrical main shell, a moisture separator that removes moisture in steam to be heated that flows in through the bottom of the main shell, and a heater disposed above the moisture separator in the main shell. A plurality of restricting members are disposed in a heating space in the moisture separator/heater so as to sandwich a tube bundle side plate with an outer rail to restrict rounded-back deformation thereof and are disposed so as to satisfy an expression of 0.2≦L12-01-2011
20110290458MULTI-LAYERED ALUMINUM STRIP FOR BRAZING, BRAZING COMPONENT, MANUFACTURING METHOD AND HEAT EXCHANGER AND USE - An aluminum strip for a component, in particular a brazing component, in particular a tube or a disk, includes a profile having a brazing connection, wherein in at least one area, in particular in the area of the brazing connection: a first part of the strip thickness is taken up by a core layer of a first aluminum alloy; at least a second part of the strip thickness is taken up by at least one plating layer of a second aluminum alloy, wherein the first and the second aluminum alloy are configured to form a “brown band” layer during a brazing process; and at least a third part of the strip thickness is taken up by at least one “brown band” layer that is formed out of the first and the second aluminum alloy during the brazing process, and wherein a strip thickness of the aluminum strip is less than 500 μm and a thickness of the core layer and/or a thickness of the plating layer is configured such that after the brazing process at least 5% of the strip thickness that is taken up by the first aluminum alloy of the core layer still remains in the at least one area, and the “brown band” layer takes up more than 20% of the strip thickness, and the core layer is designed to be multi-layered with one, preferably central, main core layer and at least one side core layer.12-01-2011
20090188655HEAT EXCHANGER FLAT TUBE WITH OBLIQUE ELONGATE DIMPLES - A flat tube for a heat exchanger having a stack of such flat tubes. The flat tube has a plurality of spaced-apart dimples formed on each of its opposite faces. At least some of the dimples on each face have an elongate plan shape, at least some of the elongate dimples being obliquely oriented such that their major axes form oblique angles with a longitudinal axis of the tube. The obliquely oriented elongate dimples are positioned such that when two of the tubes are stacked, the obliquely oriented elongate dimples on opposing faces of the tubes contact one another and the major axes of each contacting pair of elongate dimples are non-parallel to each other. Each contacting pair of elongate dimples of adjacent tubes thus forms a “cross” or “X”.07-30-2009
20090145589Isothermal Reactor - The present invention concerns an isothermal reactor (06-11-2009
20120103578MODULAR PLATE AND SHELL HEAT EXCHANGER - A modular plate and shell heat exchanger in which welded pairs of heat transfer plates are tandemly spaced and coupled in parallel between an inlet and outlet conduit to form a heat transfer assembly. The heat transfer assembly is placed in the shell in order to transfer heat from a secondary to a primary fluid. Modules of one or more of the heat transfer plates are removably connected using gaskets at the inlet and outlet conduits which are connected to a primary fluid inlet and a primary fluid outlet nozzle. The heat transfer assembly is supported by a structure which rests on an internal track which is attached to the shell and facilitates removal of the heat transfer plates. The modular plate and shell heat exchanger has a removable head integral to the shell for removal of the heat transfer assembly for inspection, maintenance and replacement.05-03-2012
20100319889Heat exchanger for cooling high-temperature gas - A heat exchanger for cooling high-temperature gas includes a gas tank portion into which the high-temperature gas is supplied through an inlet port of the gas tank portion, a plurality of tubes configured such that the high-temperature gas flowing from the gas tank portion passes therethrough, and a cooling-medium tank portion covering each of the tubes with a gap defined therebetween. Each of the tubes has an expansion portion located at a side of the inlet port. A cooling medium flows in the gap on an outer peripheral surface of the tube. The gas tank portion, the cooling-medium tank portion, and the expansion portion of the tube are stacked such that a partition portion between the gas tank portion and the cooling-medium tank portion has a thickness larger than a thickness of the gas tank portion or the cooling-medium tank portion.12-23-2010
20110108254HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger collects exhaust heat of high temperature so as to warm up an engine and to heat a cabin and a battery and reduces noise of an exhaust gas. The heat exchanger may include a case provided with an exhaust inlet at one side and an exhaust outlet at the other side, an exhaust gas flowing in through the exhaust inlet and flowing out through the exhaust outlet, a coolant pathway formed in the case and fluidly communicating with a coolant inlet and a coolant outlet so as to pass coolant, an exhaust pathway formed in a pipe shape, disposed close to the coolant pathway in the case, and provided with one end connected to the exhaust inlet and the other end connected to the exhaust outlet so as to pass the exhaust gas, a bypass pathway formed in a pipe shape, disposed at a middle portion of the exhaust pathway along a length direction thereof, provided with one end selectively connected to the exhaust inlet through a valve and the other end always connected to the exhaust outlet so as to pass the exhaust gas selectively, and a connecting pipe radially extending from an exterior circumference of the bypass pathway to the exhaust pathway so as to send a portion of the exhaust gas passing through the bypass pathway to the exhaust pathway.05-12-2011
20080210410HEAT EXCHANGER, IN PARTICULAR OIL COOLER - The present invention provides a heat exchanger including a flow duct for a coolant and a flow duct for a medium to be cooled, a cover on one side of the heat exchanger, and a thermostat valve operable to regulate temperature-dependent throughflow in one of the flow ducts, arranged on an inflow or outflow duct, and covered by the cover. A temperature sensor of the valve is arranged in a housing, which is fastened in proximity to the inflow or outflow duct so that one of the medium to be cooled and the coolant can flow around an outer side of the housing, with the temperature sensor on an inner side of the housing reacting to a local temperature and correspondingly regulating throughput of an other of the medium to be cooled and the coolant through the heat exchanger.09-04-2008
20100126705HEATING AND HOT WATER SUPPLY APPARATUS - A heating and hot water supply apparatus is provided with a heat pump unit (05-27-2010
20080289804Heat Exchanger, Method for the Production of a Heat Exchanger - Disclosed is a heat exchanger, especially an exhaust gas heat exchanger, comprising a housing (11-27-2008
20080283230HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger includes a vertical pressure vessel having a air-tight structure, one and another sets of fluid inlet/outlet ports provided to upper and lower portion of the vertical pressure vessel, respectively, and a heat exchanging module disposed in the pressure vessel to a portion between both sets of the fluid inlet/outlet ports, the heat exchanging module being formed by stacking a number of heat exchanging elements. At least one set of the fluid inlet/outlet ports are configured to provide a header composed of a pipe structural member having a bottom portion closed and a heat insulating material attached to an inner surface of the pipe structural member, and end portions of fluid flowing pipes communicating with the heat exchanging module are opened at the closed fluid inlet/outlet ports in the header.11-20-2008
20080216995Arrangement in a heat exchanger - In the arrangement in a heat exchanger in accordance with the invention, the heat exchanger comprises a shell and tubes. The tubes are placed inside the shell. The first medium entering the heat exchanger can be conducted into the tubes and the second medium between the inner shell surface and outer tube surface, and the first medium from the heat exchanger can be conducted out from the tubes and the second medium out from between the inner shell surface and outer tube surface. The heat exchanger comprises at least two tube rows placed in succession in the direction of the second medium's flow. The first tube row comprises at least two tubes, the first distance being between the two parallel tubes, the second distance being between the first parallel tube in the first row and a tube in the second row, and the third distance is between the second parallel tube in the first row and the tube in the second row. The first, second and third distances form a triangle, each angle of which is smaller than 90° and the second distance is a different length from the third distance.09-11-2008
20090025917METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR HEAT RECOVERY WITHIN A SYNGAS COOLER - A method of assembling a syngas cooler is provided. The method includes coupling a supply line within a cooler shell, coupling a heat transfer panel within the cooler shell, and coupling a heat transfer enclosure within the cooler shell such that the heat transfer enclosure substantially isolates the heat transfer panel from the cooler shell. A manifold is coupled in flow communication with the supply line, the heat transfer enclosure, and the heat transfer panel.01-29-2009
20090218080WASTEWATER HEAT RECOVERY DEVICE AND METHOD - A trap for recovering heat energy from a liquid has a chamber 09-03-2009
20100276130HEAT EXCHANGER - A vapor compression system including a heat exchanger and a heat exchanger for use in a vapor compression system, the heat exchanger including a shell (11-04-2010
20100276129INDIRECT DRY COOLING TOWER APPARATUS AND METHOD - A heat exchange apparatus that extends vertically along a longitudinal axis, that cools a liquid, including: a first delta positioned at a first point along the longitudinal axis, the first delta including: a first inlet conduit for inlet liquid flow, the first inlet conduit being in fluid communication with a first inlet main, and a first outlet conduit for outlet fluid flow, the first outlet conduit being in fluid communication with the first inlet conduit and a first outlet main, and a second delta positioned at a second point along the longitudinal axis above the first delta, the second delta including: a second inlet conduit for inlet liquid flow, the second inlet conduit being in fluid communication with a second inlet main, and a second outlet conduit for outlet fluid flow, the second outlet conduit being in fluid communication with the second inlet conduit and a second outlet main.11-04-2010
20120138279Heat Exchanger With Cast Housing And Method of Making the Same - A heat exchanger suitable for cooling exhaust gases and a method of making same are disclosed. The heat exchanger includes an outer casting member having first and second ends and forming a housing and a plurality of channel members forming alternating first and second flow channels for the flow of an exhaust gas through the first flow channels and coolant through the second flow channels. The channel members form a core having first and second ends, this core being mounted in the casting member. A first flange is fixedly attached to a first end of the core so as to form a sealed joint. A second flange is fixedly attached to the second end of the core so as to form another sealed joint. The first and second flanges are each coupled by fasteners to their respective ends of the casting.06-07-2012
20100116476TUBE BUNDLE HEAT EXCHANGER OF CONSTANT TEMPERATURE GRADIENT FOR THERMOPHORETIC DEPOSITION OF AEROSOL PARTICLES - This invention is a tube bundle heat exchanger for thermophoretic deposition of aerosol particles. It has a housing with an internal chamber, and several cold and hot tubes. The cold and hot tubes are arranged in a staggered manner in the internal chamber of the housing. Low and high temperature fluids flow inside the cold and hot tubes, respectively. When the exhaust gas passes through the chamber, temperature gradient between the cold and hot tubes causes aerosol particles suspended in the exhaust gas to deposit on the surface of cold tubes to achieve the treatment of exhaust gas. Staggered arrangement of cold and hot tubes can maintain nearly constant temperature gradient in the direction of the gas flow thereby enhances the overall removal efficiency of particles.05-13-2010
20090107659Steam Heat Exchanger - A steam heat exchanger includes a steam heating pipe with a condensation pipe part and a sensible heat pipe part provided on the lower side of the condensation pipe part. In the condensation pipe part, a liquid is heated by latent heat. The drain discharge capacity in a steam trap or an orifice disposed on the drain discharge side equals the amount of condensation at the service temperature of the steam heat exchanger. Condensed water produced after the heat exchange in the condensation pipe part enters the sensible heat pipe part on the downstream side to hold the sensible heat pipe part in a water sealed state. In this sensible heat pipe part, the liquid is heated by sensible heat. Heat exchange efficiency is improved by using latent and sensible heat, the amount of steam used can be reduced, and the load of a steam generation source can be reduced.04-30-2009
20100300664HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger, a reinforced header assembly for use in a heat exchanger, and a method of assembling a heat exchanger. The reinforced header assembly may include a header connectable with a tank to define a collection tank assembly, the header including a central portion defining a plurality of header openings, and a connecting portion connectable to the end of the tank wall such that the tank portion and the header cooperate to define the collection tank assembly, the connecting portion including a wall extending at a non-parallel angle relative to the central portion, and a reinforcement member including an inner portion defining a plurality of member openings, and an outer portion extending at a non-parallel angle relative to the inner portion, the outer portion being complementary to and connected to at least a portion of the wall of the connecting portion of the header.12-02-2010
20110030934Integrated Flow Separator and Pump-Down Volume Device for Use in a Heat Exchanger - A phase separator and fluid storage volume device for a heat exchanger comprises a vessel, a vapor tube, a liquid tube, an access tube and a flow regulating device. The vessel comprises a first chamber, a second chamber, and a divider separating the first chamber from the second chamber. The vapor tube extends from within the second chamber, through the divider and the first chamber to outside the first chamber. The vapor tube also includes holes between an inlet and an outlet of the tube within the first chamber. The liquid tube extends from within the second chamber to outside of the second chamber. The access tube connects to the second chamber. The flow regulating device is disposed within the vapor tube to provide phase separation between refrigerant traveling between the first chamber and the second chamber within the vapor tube.02-10-2011
20110017433HEAT EXCHANGER FOR A HEATING DEVICE - A heat exchanger for a heating device, especially a fuel value heating device, made up of at least two vertically aligned members, and, in each case, one cover at the end face, which form a combustion chamber, and laterally border at least one heating gas flue, that leads from the combustion chamber in the upper region downwards to an exhaust collector in the lower region, having heat exchanger surfaces which, on the heating gas side, are provided with elements that increase the size of surfaces, especially in the form of ribs, optionally having at least one middle member between the two bordering outer members, and having a plurality of channels guiding the heating medium flowing through in parallel and/or in series in the members and/or the covers. The present system provides a compact heat exchanger for a heating device, and which is light and is especially suitable for the fuel value operation. In the present system, the members and the covers are connected to one another at the end face to form a block that is leak-proof to the heating gas, whose channels guiding the heating medium correspond to one another. The heat exchanger surfaces, acted upon by heating gas, of two adjacent members, over their length have a greater distance from one another in the middle, and thus form a wider heating gas flue than in the edge regions, the ribs each having a greater height in the middle and overlapping one another over a greater surface than in the edge regions.01-27-2011
20100025023HEAT EXCHANGER, EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM, AND USE OF A HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger, particularly an exhaust gas heat exchanger, for transferring heat in two stages between a first fluid and a second and third fluid that have different temperatures is provided. The heat exchanger comprises a block for separately conducting the first as well as the second and third fluid in a heat transferring manner. The block encompasses a number of ducts through which the first fluid can flow, a first chamber of a high-temperature part, through which the second fluid can flow and which accommodates the ducts, a second chamber of a low-temperature part, through which the third fluid flows and which accommodates the ducts, and a housing in which the first and second chamber as well as the ducts are arranged. Thus, a two-stage heat exchanger is provided at a low cost and keeps leakage between the high-temperature part and the low-temperature part low. Whereby the first chamber and the second chamber are separated from one another by means of a separation area that is mounted in a groove.02-04-2010
20110120683SOLID MATRIX TUBE-TO-TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger includes a heat-exchange section including a first group of tubes and a second group of tubes alternating with the first group of tubes. The first and second groups of tubes are in contact with a heat-conductive medium. In one structure, a first inlet manifold at a first end of the heat-exchange section is fluidly coupled to first ends of the first group of tubes. A first outlet manifold is isolated from the first inlet manifold and is fluidly coupled to first ends of the second group of tubes. A second inlet manifold at a second end of the heat-exchange section is fluidly coupled to second ends of the second group of tubes. A second outlet manifold is isolated from the second inlet manifold and is fluidly coupled to second ends of the first group of tubes.05-26-2011
20110094719Thermal conductive cylinder installed with u-type core piping and loop piping - The present invention relates to a thermal conductive cylinder installed with U-type core piping and loop piping for being installed within natural thermal storage body or artifical thermal storage body; wherein the piping segments of fluid inlet terminal and/or outlet terminal of the U-type core piping and loop piping are directly made of thermal insulating material, or thermal insulating structure is installed between the inlet terminal and the outlet terminal; so as to prevent thermal energy loss between adjacent piping segments on the same side when thermal conductive fluid with temperature difference passing through.04-28-2011
20130186605TEST STAND AND METHOD FOR TESTING FLUID PUMPS AND FLUID INJECTORS - A test stand for testing a fluid injection pump and/or a fluid injector has a device for conditioning a test fluid used for the testing. The device has a tank to accommodate and store the test fluid, a first fluid removal line to withdraw test fluid from the tank and to convey it to the fluid injection pump, and a cooling circuit for cooling the test fluid stored inside the tank. The cooling circuit has a second fluid removal line and a return line. The fluid removal line is to withdraw test fluid from the tank and is connected to a heat exchanger, which cools the test fluid withdrawn from the tank. The return line is connected to the heat exchanger and returns the test fluid from the heat exchanger back into the tank.07-25-2013
20110073292FABRICATION OF HIGH SURFACE AREA, HIGH ASPECT RATIO MINI-CHANNELS AND THEIR APPLICATION IN LIQUID COOLING SYSTEMS - The present invention provides methods and apparatuses which achieve high heat transfer in a fluid cooling system, and which do so with a small pressure drop across the system. The present invention teaches the use of wall features on the fins of a heat exchanger to cool fluid in a fluid cooling system. The present invention also discloses high aspect ratio, high surface area structures applicable in micro-heat exchangers for fluid cooling systems and cost effective methods for manufacturing the same.03-31-2011
20110162826HEAT EXCHANGER AND CASING FOR THE EXCHANGER - The heat exchanger (07-07-2011
20110132586HEAT EXCHANGER WITH TUBE BUNDLE - A heat exchanger includes a tube bundle including a plurality of heat exchanger tubes, each of the heat exchanger tubes having an inlet, an outlet, an outer surface, and a generally U-shaped bend region disposed between at least two straight tube ends, wherein at least a portion of the at least two straight tube ends includes flat tubes, a jacket part disposed around the tube bundle to enclose at least a portion of the tube bundle, wherein an interior is formed between the tube bundle and the jacket part to receive a coolant around the outer surface of each of the heat exchanger tubes, and a casing cover coupled to the jacket part to form a fluid tight seal therebetween, wherein the inlet and the outlet of each of the heat exchanger tubes fluid-tightly passes through the casing cover and extends outside of the casing cover.06-09-2011
20110094718Heat absorbing or dissipating device with double-scroll piping transmitting temperature difference fluid - The present invention relates to a device, which is composed of one or more parallel or quasi-parallel installed fluid piping by series connection or parallel, every piping is specifically distributed by one or more double-scroll arrangement for transmitting thermal conductive fluid, and the double-scroll fluid piping constitutes fluid flow uniformly distributed by temperature difference.04-28-2011
20120000633HEAT EXCHANGER WITH WELDED PLATES - The invention relates to a heat exchanger, comprising a closed chamber in which are arranged ribbed welded plates (01-05-2012
20100263845Heat exchanger - A heat exchanger is provided in which steam locking is prevent and which allows steam condensate generated in heat transfer tubes to quickly flow down into a condensate outlet chamber. The heat exchanger includes a shell (10-21-2010
20110088881Heat absorbing or dissipating device with piping staggered and uniformly distributed by temperature difference - The present invention relates to the heat absorbing or dissipating device with piping staggered and uniformly distributed from both sides toward the middle by passed temperature difference fluid, wherein the temperature difference fluid passes through the neighboring piping of the heat absorbing or dissipating device, and the synthetic temperature in the device is more uniform, so as to form a more uniform temperature distribution status on the passively heat dissipation or absorption receiving article or space.04-21-2011
20120118544ADJUSTABLE TANK FOR BAR-PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger includes a core and a pair of end tanks attached to the end of the core. Each end tank extends over an outermost peripheral end of the core such that the core extends into a chamber defined by the end tank. The end tank is welded to the core at the outer surface of the core and a lower end surface of the tank.05-17-2012
20120132405Heat Exchanger - A heat exchanger comprises a casing designed as a hollow box by a top plate, a bottom plate, a front plate, a rear plate, and two lateral plates and a heat transfer unit accommodated in the casing. The heat transfer unit has flat plates alternately folded back in reverse direction. A first flow passage and a second flow passage are alternately formed in multiple layers between the flat plates. A high temperature fluid inlet and a high temperature fluid outlet in communication with the second flow passage are provided on the front plate side. A low temperature fluid inlet and a low temperature fluid outlet in communication with the first flow passage are provided on the rear plate side. Biasing means applies pressure on the lateral plate sealing member to the end portion of the heat transfer unit and seals the end portions of the first and second flow passages.05-31-2012
20100326641HEAT EXCHANGE MODULE FOR COGENERATION SYSTEMS AND RELATED METHOD OF USE - The invention is directed to a heat exchange module to help employ usable heat to pre-warm a water supply prior to entry into a tankless water heater. The module comprises an insulated housing having an inner shell having a top end, bottom end and cylindrical middle portion. A first intake attaches to the insulated housing which introduces cooling water from the cogeneration system, while a second intake feeds the water supply coils (positioned within the insulated housing) to effectuate heat exchange with the cooling water. After heat exchange, a first outlet removes cooling water for return to the cogeneration system, while a second outlet removes the water supply from the cooling coils. Upon removal, this water supply may be fed into a tankless water heater. A controller connected to both outlets and inlets optimizes efficient exchange of energy through timing introduction and removal of the water supply from the module.12-30-2010
20120080172Heat Exchanger - A heat exchanger comprising an outer jacket (04-05-2012
20110265978FLUIDIC ASSEMBLY FOR AN AIR CONDITIONING CIRCUIT WITH A HEAT EXCHANGER - A fluidic assembly for an air conditioning circuit comprises a first feeding line for a high temperature fluid, a second feeding line comprising a barrier material for a refrigerating fluid in the gaseous state, and a casing defining a first inlet and a first outlet connected to the second line; a chamber having an elongated shape and a minimum upper cross dimension as compared to the first inlet and second outlet; a second inlet and a second outlet connected to the first line; the fluidic assembly comprising a radiating body adapted to be crossed by the high temperature fluid and fluid-tightly connected to the casing between the second inlet and the second outlet within the chamber for defining an integrated silencer-exchanger assembly.11-03-2011
20120138278Heat Exchanger - A heat exchanger comprising an outer jacket (06-07-2012
20130175014METHOD OF JOINING TUBE AND TUBE SHEET IN SHELL &TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER AND SHELL & TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER PRODUCED BY THE METHOD - A method of joining tubes that are regularly arranged in a shell & tube heat exchanger to tube sheets placed at opposite ends of the tubes and a shell & tube heat exchanger produced by the method. The method of joining the tubes to the tube sheets includes: forming a tube sheet groove in a surface of the tube sheet at a location spaced apart from a tube insert hole of the tube sheet by a predetermined distance, and forming a tube holding groove in an inner surface of the tube insert hole; inserting the tube into the tube insert hole of the tube sheet and expanding the tube; and performing both tube side welding and shell side welding so as to join the tube to the tube sheet, wherein the shell side welding is performed by inserting a welding torch into the tube.07-11-2013
20100276128MODULAR PLATE AND SHELL HEAT EXCHANGER - A modular plate and shell heat exchanger in which welded pairs of heat transfer plates are placed in the shell in order to transfer heat from a secondary fluid to a primary fluid. The heat transfer plates are removably connected using gaskets to header pipes which are connected to a primary fluid inlet and a primary fluid outlet nozzle. The header pipes are supported by a structure which rests on an internal track which is attached to the shell and facilitates removal of the heat transfer plates. The modular plate and shell heat exchanger has a removable head integral to the shell for removal of the heat transfer plates for inspection and replacement.11-04-2010
20120273176SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR COOLING GASIFICATION PRODUCTS - Embodiments of gasification cooling systems provided herein may include a housing, an annular wall, and one or more tangential fluid jets circumferentially disposed about the annular wall. The housing includes an inlet, an outlet, and a fluid passage disposed between the inlet and the outlet. The annular wall is disposed about the fluid passage, and a fluid stream is configured to flow in a flow direction from the inlet toward the outlet. The one or more tangential fluid jets are adapted to inject fluid into the fluid passage to annularly circulate the fluid stream throughout the fluid passage as the fluid stream flows in the flow direction.11-01-2012
20120273175SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR COOLING GASIFICATION PRODUCTS - Gasification cooling systems provided herein may include a housing having a fluid passage extending in a flow direction lengthwise along the housing and an annular wall disposed about the fluid passage and having one or more annular steps. Such systems may also include a plurality of heat exchanger tubes downstream of the one or more annular steps and adapted to cool a syngas in the gas passage as the syngas flows in the flow direction.11-01-2012
20100314082AIRCRAFT NACELLE INCLUDING HOT AIR DISCHARGE MEANS - The invention relates to an aircraft nacelle that comprises a discharge means (12-16-2010
20110308778EGR COOLER - An EGR cooler includes: a casing in which cooling water flows; a plurality of tubes in which exhaust gas flows, the plurality of tubes being housed in the casing; a header plate to which ends of the plurality of tubes are bonded, the header plate being bonded to an end of the casing; an inlet tank into which the exhaust gas is introduced, the inlet tank being bonded to the end of the casing; and a shielding member being provided in the inlet tank to shield a circumferential wall of the inlet tank from the introduced exhaust gas.12-22-2011
20120043063EXHAUST GAS HEAT EXCHANGER AND METHOD OF OPERATING THE SAME - An exhaust gas heat exchanger that includes a stack at least partially surrounded by a housing. The stack includes a first tube, a second tube, and a coolant duct between the first tube and the second tube. A fin is located within the coolant duct. The fin includes a first portion and a second portion and the first tube includes a first portion and a second portion. The first portion of the fin is fixed to the first portion of the first tube such that the first portion of the fin is coupled to the first portion of the first tube for movement with respect to the housing, and the second portion of the fin is supported in the housing for movement relative to the second portion of the first tube to permit movement of the second portion of the first tube with respect to the second portion of the fin.02-23-2012

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