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Managing Pressure Drop in the Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

Tube Heat Exchangers

Managing Pressure Drop in the Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

09/08/2014 - Shell and tube heat exchangers find their applications in a variety of sectors. However, one of the major constraints that stands in the way of optimizing its thermal design is the pressure drop. Here’s an overview of why the managing the pressure drop is an essential aspect of its design and what are the considerations that need to be met. read...

Engineering and Construction in Theory and Practice

What Really Happens on the Water Side of Finned Pack Heat Exchangers?

Heat Exchangers

What Really Happens on the Water Side of Finned Pack Heat Exchangers?

08/19/2014 - Finned pack heat exchangers — coils — find wide application in air handling units (AHU) and ventilation systems. Engineers often approach the rating of finned pack heat exchangers from one side only, whether that is the fluid side or the air side. As a result, a number of myths and suppositions endure in the industry, leading to errors and misunderstandings. This article deals with water heating and cooling coils, and focuses on the properties of the water or brine (glycol). read...

products and processes for engineering and construction

Clear and Safe Documentation per Plant Map

Standardized Manufacturing and Documents

Clear and Safe Documentation per Plant Map

IT is what makes many process innovations possible – also in plant engineering and construction. With a plant map developed specially for heat transfer plants, the plant engineering company Heat 11 goes in completely new directions when creating its operating and maintenance manuals. read...

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