Course Id: EHX1021 | Duration: 1.00 day(s) | Level: Introductory

Location
U.A.E (Dubai)
Date
20-Aug-18
Duration
1 Days
Price
1000 USD

Course Objective

the general design considerations of Air Cooled Exchangers. Examine process side, air side, fan selection and physical properties, and investigate thermal design principles, counter current exchangers and extended surfaces. Explore process-side events and responses, including single and two phase heat transfer, boiling, condensing and fouling.

Course Overview

  • Learn the general design considerations of Air Cooled Exchangers.
  • Examine process side, air side, fan selection and physical properties, and investigate thermal design principles, counter current exchangers and extended surfaces.
  • Explore process-side events and responses, including single and two phase heat transfer, boiling, condensing and fouling.

Benefits

  • Optimize the investment in Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger software for design and simulation of water coolers and condensers
  • Efficiently use Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger to evaluate:
  • Single-phase exchangers
  • Condensers
  • Air coolers of different configurations

Audience

  • Designers and operators of air cooled heat exchangers in process and power industries
  • Engineers involved in the specification of air-cooled heat exchangers for the full range of process applications including condensers, gas and liquid coolers
  • Anyone required to assess technical proposals for air cooled heat exchanger equipment
  • Engineers involved in the design, specification, or operation of process or power heat recovery equipment, including heat recovery steam generators will find the material appropriate.
  • New engineers wishing to gain experience in heat transfer and heat exchanger design
  • Existing Aspen ACOL™ and Aspen Aerotran™ users wishing to migrate to Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger

Approach

  • Instruction on basic heat transfer and heat exchanger design topics
  • Discussion about the general approach and the key elements for successful simulations
  • Use of Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger in design and simulation exercises covering typical examples in condensing
  • Application of Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger exercises for thermal design, rating, and simulation of tubular exchangers
  • Detailed course notes