The effect of basic parameters of the channels of disk pulse devices on the heat exchange Efficiency was studied both analytically and experimentally, especially in terms of pulse acting on the heat carrier. A methodology to determine the main parameters, namely the pressure and the temperature of the heat carrier as well as the pulse effect on the fluid, was proposed. The mathematical models of the effect of the structural and technological parameters of the channels in the disk pulse device on the heat exchange Efficiency were developed. The models adequacy was proved based on a series of experimental studies involving devices with one-stage and multistage systems of pulsed heat carrier processing. This enabled the development, testing, and implementation of practical construction designs of pulse disk heat generators for decentralized heating of commercial and domestic buildings with one-stage and multistage systems of pulsed heat carrier processing. Taking into account the results of the mathematical modeling, the developed method of multistage pulse action was proved experimentally and implemented in regard to the structural design of a working chamber of the disk pulse heat generator. An efficient geometry of the working chamber of the disk pulse heat generator was specified for its further integration into the system of decentralized heat supply. One of the developed heat generators with the multistage pulse action on the heat carrier was integrated into the heating system of a greenhouse complex with a 0.86 0.9 Efficiency coefficient.
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