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Regenerator passage length

Flo. 7.11. Spatial tetnperuturc variation oi fluid and matnx in a thermal regenerator. The tigure shows the spatial temperature variation in a thermal regenerator, at the instant of flow-switching In the state of cyclic operation, with hot and cold lluids having the constant inlet-temperatures P and Q, respectively.

(a) Fluid temperature ut end of the hot blow.

(b) Matrix temperature at end of the hot blow, and start of the cold blow.

(c) Matrix temperature at end of the cold blow.

(d) Fluid temperature at the end of the cold blow.

Points A. C. X. and Y correspond to the conditions represented by A. C. X, and \ m Fig.

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