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Author Serth, Robert W
Title Process Heat Transfer : Principles, Applications and Rules of Thumb
Imprint London : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2007
©2007
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Descript 1 online resource (770 pages)
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Note Front Cover -- Process Heat Transfer Principles and Applications -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Conversion Factors -- Physical Constants -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Heat Conduction -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Fourier's Law of Heat Conduction -- 1.3 The Heat Conduction Equation -- 1.4 Thermal Resistance -- 1.5 The Conduction Shape Factor -- 1.6 Unsteady-State Conduction -- 1.7 Mechanisms of Heat Conduction -- Chapter 2: Convective Heat Transfer -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Combined Conduction and Convection -- 2.3 Extended Surfaces -- 2.4 Forced Convection in Pipes and Ducts -- 2.5 Forced Convection in External Flow -- 2.6 Free Convection -- Chapter 3: Heat Exchangers -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Double-Pipe Equipment -- 3.3 Shell-and-Tube Equipment -- 3.4 The Overall Heat-Transfer Coefficient -- 3.5 The LMTD Correction Factor -- 3.6 Analysis of Double-Pipe Exchangers -- 3.7 Preliminary Design of Shell-and-Tube Exchangers -- 3.8 Rating a Shell-and-Tube Exchanger -- 3.9 Heat-Exchanger Effectiveness -- Chapter 4: Design of Double-Pipe Heat Exchangers -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Heat-Transfer Coefficients for Exchangers without Fins -- 4.3 Hydraulic Calculations for Exchangers without Fins -- 4.4 Series/Parallel Configurations of Hairpins -- 4.5 Multi-tube Exchangers -- 4.6 Over-Surface and Over-Design -- 4.7 Finned-Pipe Exchangers -- 4.8 Heat-Transfer Coefficients and Friction Factors for Finned Annuli -- 4.9 Wall Temperature for Finned Pipes -- 4.10 Computer Software -- Chapter 5: Design of Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Heat-Transfer Coefficients -- 5.3 Hydraulic Calculations -- 5.4 Finned Tubing -- 5.5 Tube-Count Tables -- 5.6 Factors Affecting Pressure Drop -- 5.7 Design Guidelines -- 5.8 Design Strategy -- 5.9 Computer Software -- Chapter 6: The Delaware Method -- 6.1 Introduction
6.2 Ideal Tube Bank Correlations -- 6.3 Shell-Side Heat-Transfer Coefficient -- 6.4 Shell-Side Pressure Drop -- 6.5 The Flow Areas -- 6.6 Correlations for the Correction Factors -- 6.7 Estimation of Clearances -- Chapter 7: The Stream Analysis Method -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Equivalent Hydraulic Network -- 7.3 The Hydraulic Equations -- 7.4 Shell-Side Pressure Drop -- 7.5 Shell-Side Heat-Transfer Coefficient -- 7.6 Temperature Profile Distortion -- 7.7 The Wills-Johnston Method -- 7.8 Computer Software -- Chapter 8: Heat-Exchanger Networks -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 An Example: TC3 -- 8.3 Design Targets -- 8.4 The Problem Table -- 8.5 Composite Curves -- 8.6 The Grand Composite Curve -- 8.7 Significance of the Pinch -- 8.8 Threshold Problems and Utility Pinches -- 8.9 Feasibility Criteria at the Pinch -- 8.10 Design Strategy -- 8.11 Minimum-Utility Design for TC3 -- 8.12 Network Simplification -- 8.13 Number of Shells -- 8.14 Targeting for Number of Shells -- 8.15 Area Targets -- 8.16 The Driving Force Plot -- 8.17 Super Targeting -- 8.18 Targeting by Linear Programming -- 8.19 Computer Software -- Chapter 9: Boiling Heat Transfer -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Pool Boiling -- 9.3 Correlations for Nucleate Boiling on Horizontal Tubes -- 9.4 Two-Phase Flow -- 9.5 Convective Boiling in Tubes -- 9.6 Film Boiling -- Chapter 10: Reboilers -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Types of Reboilers -- 10.3 Design of Kettle Reboilers -- 10.4 Design of Horizontal Thermosyphon Reboilers -- 10.5 Design of Vertical Thermosyphon Reboilers -- 10.6 Computer Software -- Chapter 11: Condensers -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Types of Condensers -- 11.3 Condensation on a Vertical Surface: Nusselt Theory -- 11.4 Condensation on Horizontal Tubes -- 11.5 Modifications of Nusselt Theory -- 11.6 Condensation Inside Horizontal Tubes -- 11.7 Condensation on Finned Tubes
11.8 Pressure Drop -- 11.9 Mean Temperature Difference -- 11.10 Multi-component Condensation -- 11.11 Computer Software -- Chapter 12: Air-Cooled Heat Exchangers -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Equipment Description -- 12.3 Air-Side Heat-Transfer Coefficient -- 12.4 Air-Side Pressure Drop -- 12.5 Overall Heat-Transfer Coefficient -- 12.6 Fan and Motor Sizing -- 12.7 Mean Temperature Difference -- 12.8 Design Guidelines -- 12.9 Design Strategy -- 12.10 Computer Software -- Appendix -- Appendix A: Thermophysical Properties of Materials -- Appendix B: Dimensions of Pipe and Tubing -- Appendix C: Tube-Count Tables -- Appendix D: Equivalent Lengths of Pipe Fittings -- Appendix E: Properties of Petroleum Streams -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- X -- Z
Provides comprehensive, applied instruction for the design of heat exchangers for professionals at all levels
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Link Print version: Serth, Robert W. Process Heat Transfer : Principles, Applications and Rules of Thumb London : Elsevier Science & Technology,c2007 9780123735881
Subject Heat -- Transmission.;Heat exchangers.;Heat exchangers -- Design.;Heat -- Transmission -- Computer programs
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