|Mar26-12, 05:57 PM||#1|
effects of propylene glycol on heat transfer efficiency
I'm trying to calculate the heat loss of efficiency due to increasing the mixture of propylene glycol in a heat transfer fluid compared to water.. For this I'm saying that water has a heat transfer efficiency of 100% (relative only)
Im looking for multiple data points to create an equation not just random numbers.
|Mar29-12, 01:50 PM||#2|
Much as I don't like just giving out plain answers and would much prefer to provide 'food for thought', I found your answer while looking for the 'food for thought'.
I searched Google for propylene glycol solution thermal conductivity
|Apr2-12, 01:54 PM||#3|
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