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Erratum: “Optimally Staggered Finned Circular and Elliptic Tubes in Turbulent Forced Convection” [Journal of Heat Transfer, 2007, 129(5), pp. 674–678] OPEN ACCESS

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R. L. S. Mainardes, R. S. Matos, J. V. C. Vargas, J. C. Ordonez

J. Heat Transfer 130(2), 027001 (Feb 06, 2008) (1 page) doi:10.1115/1.2812320 History: Received August 28, 2007; Revised September 05, 2007; Published February 06, 2008
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The original paper reported a heat transfer gain of up to 80% of the optimized elliptical tubes arrangement with respect to the optimized circular one. In fact, the actual heat transfer gain found experimentally is up to 23% only. Therefore corrections are needed in the paper, as follows.

(1) Abstract: correct to “…A relative heat transfer gain of up to 23% (Re2b=10,600)” and “…A relative heat transfer gain of 23% is.”

(2) Section 4 Results and Discussion:
  • Correct Eq. (10) to “q̃*,mmm=1299.5+0.47003Re2b+0.000034064Re2b2, R=0.99053
  • Correct the 7th paragraph to: “In sum, a heat transfer gain of up to 23% was observed.”

(3) Section 5 Conclusions: correct the 2nd paragraph to “…The three-way optimized elliptic arrangement exhibits a heat transfer gain of up to 23% relative to.”

(4) Figures  34 need to be replaced by the following ones with the corrected results.

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(a) Two-way optimization of finned circular arrangements with respect to tube-to-tube and fin-to-fin spacing and (b) three-way optimization of finned arrangements with respect to tube-to-tube spacing, eccentricity and fin-to-fin spacing

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Figure 4

The three-way maximized dimensionless heat transfer rate with respect to Re2b

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