<p>In addition to operating and design parameters, the thermal performance of heat exchangers, working in cryogenic temperature range, is strongly governed by losses such as longitudinal conduction through the wall, heat-in-leak from the surroundings, flow maldistribution, etc. In this paper, a three-fluid cryogenic heat exchanger, involving thermal interaction between all the three-fluids, is investigated for the effect of longitudinal heat conduction in the separating walls on its performance. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.</p>
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Va Krishna, Spoorthi, Sa, Hegde, P. Gb, and Seetharamu, K. Na, “Effect of longitudinal wall conduction on the performance of a three-fluid cryogenic heat exchanger with three thermal communications”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 62, pp. 567-577, 2013.