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Publication numberUS3705618 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateDec 12, 1972
Filing dateDec 29, 1969
Priority dateDec 27, 1968
Also published asCA924707A1, DE1964928A1
Publication numberUS 3705618 A, US 3705618A, US-A-3705618, US3705618 A, US3705618A
InventorsEtienne Jouet, Pascal Rebuffe
Original AssigneeEtienne Jouet, Pascal Rebuffe
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Heat exchanger
US 3705618 A
Abstract
Heat exchangers of generally cylindrical shape, including structure having at least two chambers being wound on themselves in self-enclosing spirals, baffles forming passageways through said chambers to facilitate the flow of heat-exchanging media through said chambers in alternate centripetal and centrifugal relationship.
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United States Patent Jou't et al.

[451 Dec. 12,1972

, HEAT EXCHANGER Inventors: Etienne Joue't, 19 rue du Panorama, Montigny-les-Cormeilles; Pascal Rebuif, 18 rue de Sevres, Boulonge-Billancourt, both of France Filed: Dec. 29, 1969 Appl. No.: 888,591

Foreign Application Priority Data Dec. 27, 1968 France ..68181215 June 20, 1969 France ..6920823 July 8, 1969 France ..6923092 US. Cl ..l65/166 Int. Cl. ..F25f 3/00 Field of Search ..l65/166 [56] References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS 2,136,086 11/1938 Rosenblad 165/166 2,142,679 1/1939 Seifert .165/166 Primary Examiner-Charles Sukalo Attorney-Waters, Roditi, Schwartz & Nissen [5 7] ABSTRACT Heat exchangers of generally cylindrical shape, including structure having at least two chambers being wound on themselves in self-enclosing spirals, baffles forming passageways through said chambers to facilitate the flow of heat-exchanging media through said chambers in alternate centripetal and centrifugal relationship.

2 Claims, 38 Drawing Figures PATENTED 12 I97? SHEET OlUF 24 PATENTED DEC 12 1972 SHEET UEUF 24 PATENTEB an: 12 m2 SHEET 03UF 24 PATENTEDHEB 2 I9 3. 705 6 l 8 SHEET USUF 24 FIG. 7

PATENTED um: 12 m2 sum 07 or 24 PATENTED HEB 2 9 3.7 05,618 SHEET 08 0F 24 FIG. 72

SHEET 09 [1F 24 PATENTEU DEB 12 I972 l lb lllu i y /w\ FIG. 73

PATENTED DEC 12 I972 SHEET 100F24 l ll r" PATENTEI] min 12 I972 SHEET 110F24 PATENTED 12 I972 3.705.618

SHEET 12 0F 24 H H .llll

PATENTEI] DEC 12 I972 SHEET 13 0F 24 PATENTED DEC 12 I972 SHEET 1n HF 24 FIG. 27

PATENTED DEC 12 I972 SHEET 1a or 24

Patent Citations
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US2136086 *Feb 4, 1937Nov 8, 1938Rosenblads Patenter AbHeat exchangers
US2142679 *Apr 22, 1936Jan 3, 1939Rosenblads Patenter AbHeat exchanger
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US3972370 *Oct 25, 1974Aug 3, 1976Claude MalavalHot source having slight bulk
US4883117 *Jul 20, 1988Nov 28, 1989Sundstrand CorporationSwirl flow heat exchanger with reverse spiral configuration
US5273106 *Jul 21, 1992Dec 28, 1993Mechanical Technology Inc.Self-defrosting recuperative air-to-air heat exchanger
US6233824 *Dec 22, 1999May 22, 2001Carrier CorporationCylindrical heat exchanger
US6607027 *Apr 5, 2001Aug 19, 2003Modine Manufacturing CompanySpiral fin/tube heat exchanger
US7640972 *May 11, 2004Jan 5, 2010Alfa Laval Corporate AbSpiral heat exchanger
DE2843131A1 *Oct 3, 1978Apr 17, 1980Aleksandr Vladi SchafranovskijFilm-stoff- und waermeaustauscher vom rotortyp
Classifications
U.S. Classification165/166, 165/DIG.398
International ClassificationF24D3/08, F28D9/04, B21D53/08
Cooperative ClassificationF24D3/082, B21D53/08, Y10S165/398, F28D9/04
European ClassificationB21D53/08, F24D3/08B, F28D9/04