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Desai, Sanjeet (author)
Feadship yachts are designed for the leisure and cruising across the oceans. These luxury yachts are mostly powered by diesel engines or in some cases, a diesel-hybrid system. To prevent the inconvenience and the discomfort arising from the diesel exhaust gases for passengers, Feadship yachts are equipped with an underwater exhaust outlet. These...
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van den Hoek, Leonard (author)
In the quest for renewable energy for tropical islands, Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) has revealed itself as one of the most promising technologies. OTEC stands or falls with the performance of the condenser. Plate Heat Exchangers (PHEs) have proven their selves as effective heat transfer<br/>equipment for low enthalpy cycles such as...
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Konings, Swen (author)
Core-annular flow is an efficient flow regime for the transportation of viscous oils. The viscous oil in the core is surrounded and lubricated with an annulus of water. Water has a low viscosity and therefore reduces the pressure drop. Numerical simulations are performed for horizontal core-annular flow by using the Volume of fluid (VOF) method...
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Hageman, Tim (author)
Heat transfer is important in many applications. For instance, due to the decrease in size of electronics, it<br/>becomes more necessary to have efficient and smaller cooling systems. In order to increase the effect of the<br/>cooling liquids used, it might be interesting to add extra solid particles with a high conductivity, to possibly<br/...
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van Duin, Erik (author)
Transportation of very viscous fluids through pipelines is a real challenge. With the depletion of light oils in reservoirs, it becomes economically favourable to harvest heavy crude oils to contribute to meeting the ever growing energy demand. A suitable candidate for the transportation of these very viscous oil is by means of core-annular flow...
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Klapwijk, Maarten (author)
The Royal Netherlands Navy (RNN) operates four diesel-electric submarines, the Walrus class. The submarines sail submerged on electric engines and periodically recharge the batteries with diesel engines at periscope depth. The exhaust gases are dispelled at the back of the sail below water level. During the sea trials it was observed that the...
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Xia, K. (author)
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