DESCRIPTION: A shell and tube heat exchanger is the most common type of heat exchanger in all Industries. Mostly used in higher-pressure and Higher Temperature applications. These types of Heat exchangers are having two divisions one is shell and other is Tubes. Here One fluid runs through the tubes, and another fluid flows over the tubes to transfer heat between the two fluids. For this purpose ERW or Rolled pipes are used for shell. And Seamless tubes are used for Tubes.
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- Model: R-HE
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Heat Exchanger Divided in 2 Parts.
Part A - Thermal Design
- Consideration of Process Fluids in both Shell and Tube Side.
- Selection of Required Temperature Specifications.
- Limiting the Shell and Tube side Pressure Drop.
- Setting Shell and Tube Side Velocity Limits.
- Finding Heat Transfer Area Including Fouling Factor.
- Selection of TEMA Layout - Based on Thermal Design.
- Selection of Tube Parameters - Size, Thickness, Layout, Pitch, material.
- Limiting the Upper and Lower Design on Tube Length
- Selection of Shell side Parameters - Material Baffle Cut, Baffle Spacing, and Clearances.
- Thermal conductivity of tube material.
- Setting upper and Lower Design Limits on Shell Diameter, Baffle Cut, and Baffle Spacing.
- Shell and tube heat exchanger is one type of Closed Circuit cooling Equipment.