GUIDE TO COMPACT HEAT EXCHANGERSMODULE 2.1
PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER TYPES
The Module 3 series present further information applicable to all technologies, such asgeneral advantages and limitations of compact exchanger designs, common applications, fouling and how to minimise it, energy efficiency. heat transfer enhancement, exchanger selection, specification and operation, process intensification and software programmes.
2.1.1Plate and Frame Heat Exchangers18.104.22.168Introduction22.214.171.124Construction126.96.36.199Operating Limits188.8.131.52Principal Applications184.108.40.206Comparison with Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger2.1.2Partially Welded Plate Heat Exchangers220.127.116.11Introduction18.104.22.168Construction22.214.171.124Operating Limits126.96.36.199Principal Applications188.8.131.52Comparison with Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger2.1.3Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers184.108.40.206Introduction220.127.116.11Construction18.104.22.168Operating Limits22.214.171.124Principal Applications126.96.36.199Comparison with Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger2.1.4The Bavex Hybrid Welded Plate Heat Exchanger188.8.131.52Introduction184.108.40.206Construction220.127.116.11Operating Limits18.104.22.168Principal Applications22.214.171.124Comparison with Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
This technology module contains a brief introductory description to the exchanger typeabove, followed by information on construction, construction materials, operating limitsand principal applications. Where appropriate, a comparison is made with conventionalshell and tube heat exchangers to emphasise size and weight reductions that can beachieved by using compact heat exchangers.