Heat Exchangers - Design, Operation and Performance
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the principles of heat transfer in heat exchangers
- Gain knowledge on heat exchanger design and performance rating
- Make a proper selection of type of heat exchanger for a given application
- Perform thermal–hydraulic design of heat exchangers
- Apply relevant standards, codes and best industry practices
- Discuss operation and efficiency of condensers and reboilers
- Analyze in-service performance issues related to fouling and corrosion,
- Address remedies for vibration and other deteriorations
The course will present the basic principles of heat transfer and fluid flow in heat exchangers. The design and operation of shell and tube heat exchangers (STHE), air-cooled exchangers (ACHE), plate heat exchangers (PHE) will be discussed in detail. This intensive course will provide means to improve the heat exchanger effectiveness and the extension of life of equipment. The course will provide explanations on how to use the standards and codes such as API, TEMA, and ASME and other recommended practices.
Class workshops and discussions will cover the selection of materials, technologies for fabrication. The course will also cover various methods for efficient operation and performance improvement of heat exchangers, including fouling and corrosion mitigation techniques, and control of tube bundle vibration. Presented also will be the best practices for efficient repair of heat exchangers
This course will include several class workshops that will include case studies and selected practical real-world examples to be solved in teamwork.
- Heat exchanger fundamental calculations
- Types and Application of Heat Exchangers
- Thermal and Hydraulic Design of Heat Exchangers
- Sizing and Specifying Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers (STHE)
- Mechanical Design Parameters, Codes, Standards and Recommended Practices
- Basic Mechanical Design of Heat Exchangers: STHE, PHE, ACHE
- Materials, Construction Features, and Fabrication of Heat Exchangers
- Heat Exchanger Performance Enhancement: tube bundles, baffles and vibration
- Inspection, Maintenance and Troubleshooting: fouling, corrosion, failures
- Workshops: Case studies, examples and solutions
Who Should Attend
The course is intended for those involved in selecting, procurement, and operation of heat exchangers in various industries, as well as for those involved in maintenance and troubleshooting:
Project engineers • Process engineers • Mechanical engineers • Plant and Maintenance engineers • Facilities engineers • Engineering technologists, Supervisors, and Managers
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Almost all of EPIC's courses offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.
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