Thermal Design of Process Heat Exchangers (WEBINAR)

Course Number: M-4031W
Credit: 4 PDH
Subject Matter Expert: Richard Carranza
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In Thermal Design of Process Heat Exchangers, you'll learn ...

  • Design data and parameters for shell and tube heat exchangers
  • The Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA) types and when to use them
  • The differences between forced draft and induced draft air coolers
  • How to perform a fin analysis

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This webinar explains the thermal design of shell and tube heat exchangers and air cooled heat exchangers found in the process industries. Companies like BJAC and HTRI (Heat Transfer Research, Inc.) conduct heat exchanger experiments, record data, and develop their own heat and momentum transfer semi-empirical correlations for heat exchanger design. Modern heat exchanger design also uses sophisticated engineering software. In this interactive webinar, you will learn the underlying principles and design factors that make up the input data for this kind of software and acquire a skill set for interpreting the results.

We will begin with a look at the basic components of shell and tube heat exchangers and then discuss some of the key design data and design parameters for shell and tube heat exchangers. Of course, one of the most important things to know about shell and tube heat exchangers is their Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA) types and when they should be used. With the aid of diagrams, you will learn these TEMA designations and understand their appropriate applications. Next we will look at the equipment components for air cooled heat exchanger systems and discuss the differences between forced and induced air coolers. You will also learn the various fin types, as well as how to perform a fin analysis.

 

Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Application ranges of the main heat exchanger types: air cooled, double pipe, plate and frame, shell and tube
  • The components of shell and tube heat exchangers: shell, shell cover, tubes, channel, channel cover, tubesheet, baffles, etc.
  • Shell and tube design data and parameters: flow rates, allowable pressure drop, temperature, fouling resistance, fluid side allocation, heat transfer coefficient, tube bundle geometries, etc.
  • TEMA designations for shell and tube heat exchangers
  • The components of air cooled heat exchangers
  • The differences between forced draft and induced draft air coolers
  • Heat transfer characteristics
  • How to perform a fin analysis
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