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Multi-objective shape optimization of a plate heat exchanger: a multi-scale approach

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This work considers the shape optimization of a crossflow plate heat exchanger air/water. The two objectives are to maximize the effectiveness while minimizing the total pressure drop. The shape variation concerns a trapezoidal rib mounted on the hot channels plates. A multiscale approach is presented, coupling CFD simulations and a NTU method. The optimization method is based on a genetic algorithm and kriging metamodels with adaptive sampling. Infill criteria are the maximum mean square error (MMSE) and multipoints expected improvement (q-EI). A clustering of the Pareto front individuals highlights a finite number of optimal shapes.
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hal-03184675 , version 1 (29-03-2021)

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Franck Mastrippolito, Stéphane Aubert, Frédéric Ducros, Martin Ferrand, Jean-François Fourmigué. Multi-objective shape optimization of a plate heat exchanger: a multi-scale approach. International Conference on Energy Engineering and Smart Grids, Jun 2018, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-03184675⟩
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