The cooling water temperature affects the cooling effect of the air compressor cooler
The cooling water temperature affects the cooling effect of the air compressor cooler. The reason for this is to give a detailed introduction to how the cooling water temperature affects the cooling effect of the air compressor cooler.
First of all, because the oil content of the emulsion explosive oil phase generally has a wax content, since the explosive is of the W/O type, the continuous phase is in contact with the metal tube wall. It can be seen from the heat transfer formula that when ΔT is large, the Q value of heat exchange is large.
After the test, when the freezing point temperature T of the oil phase is 46 degrees and the cooling water temperature T2 is below 40 degrees, the difference between the temperature T1 of the substrate and the temperature T2 of the cooling water increases as the temperature of the cooling water decreases, that is, the larger the ΔT The thicker the substrate adhered to the metal tube wall, such as the pressure pushing the substrate is too low, the matrix on the tube wall does not move, resulting in an increase in thermal resistance. Only when the water temperature is above 40 degrees, the larger the ΔT, the better the cooling effect.