Heat Exchangers Design Operation Maintenance

A complete understanding of construction details , functionning and design of heat exchangers for successful operation
Heat Exchangers Design Operation Maintenance
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2.97 GB
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6h 33m

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WR Training

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Last updated 11/2022

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Heat Exchangers Design Operation Maintenance

What you’ll learn

Design, inspect, maintain and operate heat exchangers and analyze their performance in a professional manner
Select and size a shell and tube heat exchanger for a given duty
Understand design guidelines and specifications when allocating fluids
Identify the problems in operation that lead to performance deterioration
Determine correct troubleshooting techniques
Know, understand and interpret TEMA standards and terminologies for shell and tube heat exchangers
List advantages and drawbacks of TEMA Types and associate the most appropriate type with operating conditions and fluids properties
Describe the heat exchange laws and identify key parameters impacting the exchange coefficients and pressure drops
Employ the concepts of heat transfer coefficients and determine their overall effect on heat exchanger fouling
Be an active and efficient communicator during meetings with heat exchanger vendors
Test your knowledge with 200+ question quiz
Get access to useful charts and diagrams to solve daily heat exchanger problems
Get access to valuable shell and tube heat exchanger design tables according to DIN 21184 – 21191 and TEMA std to properly design shell and tube heat exchangers

Heat Exchangers Design Operation Maintenance

Requirements

Some engineering or field knowledge is preferable but not mandatory. All the concepts are explained in depth using an easy to understand language to allow students to build their knowledge from the ground up
Having attended our “Flow of fluids through piping systems” training course is a plus but not mandatory

Description

—————————————–MAJOR COURSE UPDATE:We have added a quiz at the end of each section to help you test your knowledge and emphasize the key learning points. The quiz includes:True/False questionsMulti-choice questionsImages, cross-sectionnal viewsSolved problemsand much more…When you think you’ve got a good grasp on a topic within the course, you can test your knowledge by taking the quiz. If you pass, wonderful ! If not, you can review the videos and notes again or ask us for help in the Q&A section.—————————————–Welcome to this online course on Heat Exchangers.Heat exchangers of various designs and applications are encountered nowadays throughout refining, petrochemical and process industries as well as in power generation and environmental engineering.This course is designed to provide you with a complete understanding of construction details and functioning of heat exchangers.This understanding is a prerequisite for a successful operation of your plant and piping system.In this course, we will cover many heat exchanger designs such as plate and frame, fired heaters, double pipe and spiral heat exchangers. But the focus will be on shell and tube heat exchangers as these are the most popular and widely spread heat transfer equipment.The course includes extensive graphics, cross-sectional views, real world video footage, and 3D animations.This will give you a virtual practical exposure on heat exchangers.Now the objective of this training course is fourfold :ONE. Break down for you all the heat exchanger operating principles into easily digestible concepts, like heat transfer theory and process control just to name a few…TWO. Illustrate through 3D animations and cross-sectional views the main heat exchanger mechanical components, state their function and operating limits, like tube bundles, baffles, floating heads and tube sheets…THREE. Provide guidelines and best practices for operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of heat exchangers. The guidelines presented in this course are in accordance with the latest TEMA standardsFOUR. Present a step-by-step design methodology. We will show you how to proceed in the design of a heat exchanger in the daily practice, how to determine the effective temperature difference for the heat transfer and how to calculate the heat transfer coefficient using simple equations. You will learn from our industrial experience what we wrongly calculated or what we wrongly planned during project startup, debottlenecking and commissioning. This should undoubtedly help you minimize the mistakes in the design of your heat exchangers.So as you can see here, detailed technical descriptions and basic step-by-step instructions will be provided to you along with practice sessions, quizzes and numerous downloadable resources, to emphasize the key learning points.So with no further ado, check out the free preview videos and the curriculum of the course and we look forward to seeing you in the first section.Thank you for watching, hope to see you there !WR TrainingSpread the wings of your knowledge

Overview

Section 1: About the course

Lecture 1 Course introduction

Lecture 2 Before you start this online course

Section 2: Types of heat exchangers

Lecture 3 Introduction to HX types

Lecture 4 Various types

Lecture 5 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : Overview

Lecture 6 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : TEMA types

Lecture 7 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : BEM – Fixed tubesheet

Lecture 8 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : CFU – U-tube

Lecture 9 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : Floating tubesheet

Lecture 10 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : AEP – Outside packed stuffing box

Lecture 11 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : AJW – Outside packed lantern ring

Lecture 12 Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers : AES – Internal floating head

Lecture 13 Air coolers : Overview

Lecture 14 Air coolers : Forced draft / Induced draft exchangers

Lecture 15 Plate and frame exchangers

Lecture 16 Spiral plate exchangers

Lecture 17 Plate and fin exchangers

Lecture 18 Spiral tube exchangers

Lecture 19 Double pipe exchangers

Lecture 20 Bayonet exchangers

Lecture 21 Jacketed vessels

Lecture 22 Fired heaters overview

Lecture 23 Fired heater functions

Lecture 24 Description of a fired heater

Lecture 25 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 3: Shell and tube heat exchangers : Various TEMA types and configurations

Lecture 26 Introduction to Shell and Tube HX

Lecture 27 AES TEMA type exchangers : Mechanical components

Lecture 28 AES TEMA type exchangers : Operation

Lecture 29 AES TEMA type exchangers : 2D dismantling

Lecture 30 AES TEMA type exchangers : 2D assembling

Lecture 31 BEM TEMA type exchangers : Mechanical components

Lecture 32 BEM TEMA type exchangers : Operation

Lecture 33 BEM TEMA type exchangers : 2D dismantling and assembling

Lecture 34 AEP TEMA type exchangers : Mechanical components

Lecture 35 AEP TEMA type exchangers : Operation

Lecture 36 AEP TEMA type exchangers : 2D dismantling

Lecture 37 AEP TEMA type exchangers : 2D assembling

Lecture 38 CFU TEMA type exchangers : Mechanical components

Lecture 39 CFU TEMA type exchangers : Operation

Lecture 40 CFU TEMA type exchangers : 2D dismantling

Lecture 41 CFU TEMA type exchangers : 2D assembling

Lecture 42 AKT TEMA type exchangers : Mechanical components

Lecture 43 AKT TEMA type exchangers : Operation

Lecture 44 AKT TEMA type exchangers : 2D dismantling

Lecture 45 AKT TEMA type exchangers : 2D assembling

Lecture 46 AJW TEMA type exchangers : Mechanical components

Lecture 47 AJW TEMA type exchangers : Operation

Lecture 48 AJW TEMA type exchangers : 2D dismantling

Lecture 49 AJW TEMA type exchangers : 2D assembling

Lecture 50 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 4: Maintenance of shell and tube heat exchangers : Real world videos

Lecture 51 About the next couple of videos

Lecture 52 Extracting a tube bundle

Lecture 53 Tube puller

Lecture 54 HP cleaning of heat exchangers

Lecture 55 Single lance tube cleaner

Lecture 56 Projectile tube cleaning method

Lecture 57 Ultrasonic cleaning of heat exchangers

Lecture 58 Inserting tubes

Lecture 59 Inserting back a tube bundle

Section 5: Tube construction

Lecture 60 Introduction to tube construction

Lecture 61 Tube side header

Lecture 62 Tube side passes

Lecture 63 Finned tubes

Lecture 64 Tube layout

Lecture 65 Tube sheet

Lecture 66 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 6: Shell construction

Lecture 67 Introduction to shell construction

Lecture 68 “E” shell type

Lecture 69 “F” shell type

Lecture 70 “G” shell type

Lecture 71 “H” shell type

Lecture 72 “J” shell type

Lecture 73 “K” shell type

Lecture 74 “X” shell type

Lecture 75 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 7: Baffle and tube bundle construction

Lecture 76 Introduction to baffle and tube bundle

Lecture 77 Segmental baffles

Lecture 78 Tie rods and baffle spacers

Lecture 79 Impingement baffles

Lecture 80 Vapor distribution

Lecture 81 Tube bundle bypassing

Lecture 82 Longitudinal baffles

Lecture 83 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 8: Guidelines for allocation of fluids in shell and tube heat exchangers

Lecture 84 Introduction

Lecture 85 Guideline #1 : Fouling tendencies

Lecture 86 Guideline #2 : Corrosion

Lecture 87 Guideline #3 : Criticality of fluids

Lecture 88 Guideline #4 : Physical state of the fluids

Lecture 89 Guideline #5 : Operating pressure and temperature

Lecture 90 Guideline #6 : Allowable pressure drop

Lecture 91 Guideline #7 : Viscosity and volumetric flowrate

Lecture 92 Guideline #8 : Fluid velocity

Lecture 93 Guideline #9 : Low heat transfer coefficient

Lecture 94 Guideline #10 : Thermal expansion

Lecture 95 What you should remember !

Section 9: Design of heat exchangers

Lecture 96 Introduction to HX design

Lecture 97 Heat exchange area

Lecture 98 Heat exchanger design procedure

Lecture 99 PRACTICE SESSION #1 : Design of a water cooler

Lecture 100 More on tube pattern

Lecture 101 Baffles

Lecture 102 Selection of a shell and tube heat exchanger

Lecture 103 LMTD

Lecture 104 PRACTICE SESSION #2 : LMTD calculation

Lecture 105 CMTD

Lecture 106 PRACTICE SESSION #3 : CMTD calculation for a two pass heat exchanger

Lecture 107 PRACTICE SESSION #4: Effect of HX in series on the temperature efficiency factor

Lecture 108 How to connect multiple heat exchangers in series

Lecture 109 Influence of bypass stream on LMTD

Lecture 110 Weighted Mean Temperature Difference (WMTD)

Lecture 111 Determining outlet temperatures for hot and cold fluids

Lecture 112 Determining heat transfer coefficients

Lecture 113 PRACTICE SESSION #5 : Tube side heat transfer coefficient

Lecture 114 PRACTICE SESSION #6 : Tube side heat transfer coefficient

Lecture 115 More on tube side heat transfer coefficient

Lecture 116 More on shell side heat transfer coefficient

Lecture 117 Pressure losses in heat exchangers

Lecture 118 Tube side pressure losses

Lecture 119 PRACTICE SESSION #7 : Calculating the tube side pressure loss

Lecture 120 Shell side pressure losses

Lecture 121 PRACTICE SESSION #8 : Calculating the shell side pressure loss

Lecture 122 Important notes to remember

Lecture 123 Heat exchanger design tables

Lecture 124 PRACTICE SESSION #9 : Design of a heat exchanger using design tables

Lecture 125 Useful geometrical calculations

Lecture 126 Important notes

Lecture 127 Calculation #1 : Heat exchange area

Lecture 128 Calculation #2 : Tube side flow cross section

Lecture 129 Calculation #3 : Tube flow velocity

Lecture 130 Calculation #4 : Shell side flow cross section

Lecture 131 Calculation #5 : Shell side cross stream velocity

Lecture 132 Calculation #6 : Shell side longitudinal stream cross area

Lecture 133 Design best practice

Lecture 134 Calculation #7 : Shell side longitudinal stream flow velocity

Lecture 135 Calculation #8 : Average shell side flow cross section

Lecture 136 Calculation #9 : Average shell side flow velocity

Lecture 137 Calculation #10 : Number of baffles

Lecture 138 Calculation #11 : Number of tube rows in cross stream

Lecture 139 PRACTICE SESSION #10 : Determining the required number of tubes per pass

Lecture 140 Calculation #12 : Flow cross section for longitudinal flow

Lecture 141 Calculation #13 : Number of total vertical tubes

Lecture 142 Calculation #14 : Number of tubes in the cross stream between baffle windows

Lecture 143 PRACTICE SESSION #11 : Shell side velocity calculations

Lecture 144 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 10: Heat exchangers basic process control (BPCS)

Lecture 145 Before starting this section

Lecture 146 Introduction

Lecture 147 Direct control system

Lecture 148 Bypass control system

Lecture 149 Air cooler control

Lecture 150 Heat transfer for heat recovery

Lecture 151 Back pressure control

Lecture 152 Basic fired heater control

Lecture 153 Complex fired heater control

Section 11: More on heat transfer equipment : Overview of fired heaters and furnaces

Lecture 154 Types of fired heaters

Lecture 155 Vertical cylindrical furnaces

Lecture 156 Box type with vertical tubes

Lecture 157 Cabin type with horizontal tubes

Lecture 158 Radiant wall furnaces

Lecture 159 Double fired furnaces

Lecture 160 Summary

Lecture 161 Thermal efficiency

Lecture 162 Introduction to furnace components

Lecture 163 Tube bundles

Lecture 164 Tube coil supports

Lecture 165 Furnace wall lining

Lecture 166 Burners

Lecture 167 Air heaters

Lecture 168 Sweepers

Lecture 169 Before proceeding to the next section

Section 12: Downloadable resources

Lecture 170 Downloadable resources

Lecture 171 Bonus

This WR Training course on Heat Exchangers is suitable to a wide range of technical professionals but will greatly benefit :,Mechanical, Process and Chemical Engineers,Operation, Technical Service and Maintenance Professionals,Plant Operators,Engineers, Consultants and Sales professionals,Technical professionals responsible for heat transfer equipment inspection,Technical professionals responsible for interdisciplinary energy projects

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 6h 33m | 2.97 GB
Created by: WR Training

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