TY - JOUR
N2 - In order to provide sufficient cooling capacity for working and heading faces of the coal mine, chilled water is often transported a long distance along pipelines in deep mine, which inevitably results in its temperature rising owing to heat transfer through pipe wall and the friction heat for flow resistance. Through theoretical models for temperature increasing of the chilled water were built. It is pointed out that the temperature rising of the chilled water should be considered as a result of the synergy effects of the heat transfer and the friction heat, but theoretical analysis shows that within engineering permitting error range, the temperature increasing can be regarded as the sum caused by heat transfer and fraction heat respectively, and the calculation is simplified. The calculation analysis of the above two methods was made by taking two type of pipe whose diameters are De273 × 7 mm and De377 × 10 mm, with 15 km length in coal mine as an example, which shows that the error between the two methods is not over 0.04°C within the allowable error range. Aims at the commonly used chilled water diameter pipe, it is proposed that if the specific frictional head loss is limited between 100 Pa/m and 400 Pa/m, the proportion of the frictional temperature rising is about 24%~81% of the total, and it will increase with high flow velocity and the thin of the pipe. As a result, the friction temperature rising must not be ignored and should be paid enough attention in calculation of the chilled water temperature rising along pipe.
L1 - http://journals.pan.pl/Content/114474/PDF/Archiwum-64-4-10-Yudong.pdf
L2 - http://journals.pan.pl/Content/114474
PY - 2019
IS - No 4
EP - 796
DO - 10.24425/ams.2019.131066
KW - heat transfer
KW - friction heat
KW - model
KW - theoretical analysis
A1 - Yudong, Qi
A1 - Weimin, Cheng
A1 - Song, Xin
PB - Committee of Mining PAS
VL - vol. 64
DA - 2019.12.16
T1 - Theoretical Analysis of Temperature Rising for Chilled Water in the Long Distance Transport Pipelines in Coal Mine
SP - 785
UR - http://journals.pan.pl/dlibra/publication/edition/114474
T2 - Archives of Mining Sciences
ER -