A Thermal Review and Simulation of Renewable Tube Heat Exchanger – A Review

Dileshwar Kumar Mahto, Prof. Hemant Kr Tandon


Renewable energy is the conventional source of energy. It is the endless source of energy and quality available in nature. At the present scenario, heating and cooling is a major concern in environment due to global warming. Air conditioning systems has been developed to resolve major part of energy is being engaged in such issues, which also causes global warming. Renewable tube heat exchanger is a renewable source of energy for heating and cooling of any building which is pollution free. Renewable Tube Heat Exchanger uses the thermal energy of the ground for the air cooling in summer and air heating in winter due to the temperature difference between the air and underground surface. With the help of EATHE we can reduce the energy consumption required for space heating or cooling. However, for determining the surface heat convection, due to lack of available methods it is difficult to make accurate energy simulation and design. Here, in this study we will perform a software simulation for the performance check up of the system. ANSYS Software will be used for simulation & modeling, under ANSYS software will use Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD Fluent) workbench as simulation analysis.

Keywords: EATHE, Heat Convection, Temperature, Numerical simulation

Cite this Article Dileshwar Kumar Mahto, Prof. Hemant Kr Tandon. A Thermal Review and Simulation of Renewable Tube Heat Exchanger – A Review. Journal of Nuclear Engineering & Technology. 2020; 10(2): 9–18p.


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