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- Thermodynamics and Heat Exchanger Efficiency.
- Thermo-dynamics of plates and shells /?
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Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. Students Click Here. Related Projects. Hi all, I am looking for some help on the ways of fabricating plate heat exchangers such that they remain undeformed at higher working temperatures than normal out door conditions; for example a common material used for HE is SSH grade.
When dealing with thermal expansion in a plate type heat exchanger, I would make sure that connections would be on 1 side.
Just make sure that you do not have a rigid connection at both ends 1 side with rigid connection and pipe connections and 1 side should only be a support. But bear in mind that the expansion is of course in all directions. What type of HE are you going to use as you mention plates and tubes?
Some thoughts about it. The mentioned temperature is extreme high for gasket plates. For brazed plates,it is a block. The temperature is a middle temperature of the temperatures. All the plates do the same, follow etch other, except the endplates. A theory of latticed plates and shells. Nonlinear Vibrations and Stability of Shells and Plates. Functionally graded materials: nonlinear analysis of plates and shells.
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