Heat Transfer Through SS Corrugated Tubing


by greatbigsea26
Tags: flow, heat exchanger, piping, solar, steel
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Apr20-12, 11:23 AM
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I am looking to utilize flexible stainless steel corrugated tubing similar to this:

http://www.pipesystems.com/site/inde...95&vsprache=EN

as a heat exchanger immersed in a tank but have been having a tough time locating technical data on it other than the "surface area" and of course the conductivity coefficient of steel. Do any of you know any way I could find out anything about the heat exchange this type of piping? I contacted the manufacturer in the above link but have yet to receive a response. Does there exist some type of calculation or data sheet I could use?

Thank you for your help
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