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Heat Exchanger Technology

Thursday, June 12, 2008

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Fouling in heat exchanger is one of most challenging operation problem. It is the buildup of sediments and debris on the surface area of a heat exchanger and reduce heat transfer.

Fouling will reduce heat transfer, impede fluid flow and increase the pressure drop across the heat exchanger.

Plate heat exchanger as compare to Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger showed lower fouling factor. Have you ever thought of the reasoning behind ?

This article has briefly discussed types of fouling, fouling factor used in Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers for common fluids, why lower fouling factor in plate heat exchanger (PHE) and, design consideration to reduce effects of fouling....

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