3 edition of Hemisphere handbook of heat exchanger design found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.Incorporates the 5 volume Heat exchanger design handbook and all its supplements, Ernst U. Schlünder, editor-in-chief, published in 1983.
|Statement||Hemisphere Pub. Corp.|
|Publishers||Hemisphere Pub. Corp.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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704 Downloads Part of the book series EUROTHERM, volume 18 Summary First, the various meanings of the heat exchanger design concept are briefly analyzed. The proposed method is valid for the design situations with and without pressure drop specifications.
Today, HEDH is regarded by many specialists around the world as the standard reference source for design and other information on heat transfer, heat exchangers, and associated technologies. The final choice is made after taking into account economic, environmental and operational considerations, often in conjunction with some cost-optimization procedure. Over the years, HEDH has progressively grown in number of volumes and pages over 6,000 in the latest 2008 Hemisphere handbook of heat exchanger design by including detailed information not only on all the major types of heat exchangers e.
Hewitt, a group of leading authorities in the fields of heat transfer and fluid flow began to discuss the possibility of producing a handbook dealing with all aspects of heat exchanger design and operations including the basic design methodology, the associated heat transfer and fluid flow technology and the physical data required for design.
Gasket materials are classified and analyzed. A new chapter on heat exchanger installation, operation, and maintenance practices• Water flows as a film or splashes and trickles over the surfaces of the packing while air flows between the surfaces.
It relates the above variables to variables associated with the heat transfer performance of the proposed or existing packing. All three technologies stress the importance of the thermodynamic overview of the heat transfer process. Multiphase flow has been revised and updated.
It would be churlish to single out individuals - though I would like to express my gratitude to all those who have played a part. In the case of no pressure drop specification, allowable pressure drops can be determined through economical optimization. The present edition has been extensively revised and extended. In such cases, the cooling water itself has to be cooled after use by heat transfer to the atmosphere and returned to the plant for reuse. New and modern flow stream method is described as a replacement for the Bell-Delaware system for use with commercial computer codes.
Moreover, new to the Multimedia Edition, is the industrial review concept: where appropriate, manuscripts submitted by an author are also reviewed by an experienced practitioner in industry who comments on the industrial relevance and usefulness of the content. Hewitt Coordinating Editor Guidebook for the Design of ASME Section VIII Pressure Vessels ASME Press James R.
Though the option for HEDH in a loose-leaf form has continued to be maintained until the present time, this form has now essentially been superseded Hemisphere handbook of heat exchanger design the availability of a web edition HEDH Online which can be updated more readily.
The tower is called "forced draft" when the fan is located in the air entry at the base of the tower; "induced draft" when the fan is located in the air exit at the top of the tower. guide the reader through the material, helping the selection process of the correct type of heat exchanger for a specific service and pointing to the relevant sections.
This process added around 500 pages to the material.
His constant wisdom and good humour through times good and bad is an example to us all! Industrial boiling equipment and design are presented in depth and new equations and systems are discussed.
Bednar Theory and Design of Modern Pressure Vessels Van Nostrand Reinhold John F.
Depending on the particular design, air may flow predominantly upwards counter-flow or horizontally crossflow.