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REAFFIRMATION

February 2007

Process Industry Practices


Vessels

PIP VEDST003
Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet

PURPOSE AND USE OF PROCESS INDUSTRY PRACTICES


In an effort to minimize the cost of process industry facilities, this Practice has
been prepared from the technical requirements in the existing standards of major
industrial users, contractors, or standards organizations. By harmonizing these technical
requirements into a single set of Practices, administrative, application, and engineering
costs to both the purchaser and the manufacturer should be reduced. While this Practice
is expected to incorporate the majority of requirements of most users, individual
applications may involve requirements that will be appended to and take precedence
over this Practice. Determinations concerning fitness for purpose and particular matters
or application of the Practice to particular project or engineering situations should not
be made solely on information contained in these materials. The use of trade names
from time to time should not be viewed as an expression of preference but rather
recognized as normal usage in the trade. Other brands having the same specifications
are equally correct and may be substituted for those named. All Practices or guidelines
are intended to be consistent with applicable laws and regulations including OSHA
requirements. To the extent these Practices or guidelines should conflict with OSHA or
other applicable laws or regulations, such laws or regulations must be followed.
Consult an appropriate professional before applying or acting on any material
contained in or suggested by the Practice.

This Practice is subject to revision at any time.

Process Industry Practices (PIP), Construction Industry Institute, The


University of Texas at Austin, 3925 West Braker Lane (R4500), Austin,
Texas 78759. PIP member companies and subscribers may copy this Practice
for their internal use. Changes, overlays, addenda, or modifications of any
kind are not permitted within any PIP Practice without the express written
authorization of PIP.

PRINTING HISTORY
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Issued
February 2007
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REAFFIRMATION
February 2007

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Vessels

PIP VEDST003
Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet
Table of Contents
1. Introduction................................. 2
1.1 Purpose............................................ 2
1.2 Scope ............................................... 2

2. References .................................. 2
Process Industry Practices ...................... 2

3. Use of this Practice .................... 2


3.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Specification Sheet .......................... 2
3.2 Entering Text and Data .................... 2

Appendix A
Data Format and Description

Appendix B
Example for Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Specification Sheet Page 4

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger


Specification Sheet

4. Specification Sheet and


Description.................................. 2
4.1 Data Description .............................. 2
4.2 Specification Sheet .......................... 3

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PIP VEDST003
Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet

1.

REAFFIRMATION
February 2007

Introduction
1.1

Purpose
The purpose of this Practice is to provide instruction and/or direction to designers for
preparation of the PIP Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet (hereafter
referred to as the Specification Sheet). The Specification Sheet, prepared in
conjunction with PIP VESST001, completes a specification suitable for obtaining
comprehensive bids and subsequent purchase of shell and tube heat exchangers.

1.2

Scope
This Practice identifies information to be placed on the PIP Shell and Tube Heat
Exchanger Specification Sheet.

2.

References
Applicable requirements in the latest edition (or the edition indicated) of the following
industry standards and references shall be considered an integral part of this Practice. Short
titles are used herein when appropriate.
Process Industry Practices (PIP)
PIP VESST001 Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification

3.

Use of this Practice


3.1

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet


The Specification Sheet is an element of a complete shell and tube heat exchanger
specification. This form provides preprinted line items to be completed by the
designer and/or fabricator. Some sections of this form are optional and will not apply
to some designs or may be omitted when agreed with the User to comply with the
preparers established work process.

3.2

Entering Text and Data


Each numbered line of the Specification Sheet should be properly filled in or marked
with NA to indicate that the information is not applicable. It is suggested that lines
be left blank if the information is not known at the time. Lines not completed indicate
the form is not complete and should be filled in by the designer or manufacturer.
Additional information that may be required, but does not have a preprinted
description line, should be added in the Remarks area of the Specification Sheet.

4.

Specification Sheet and Description


4.1

Data Description
4.1.1

Page 2 of 9

Appendix A provides guidance for completion of information on Page 1 of


the Specification Sheet.

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Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet

February 2007

4.1.2
4.2

Appendix B provides an example of a completed Page 4 of the Specification


Sheet.

Specification Sheet
The Specification Sheet provided with this Practice may require multiple pages to
define the shell and tube heat exchanger. Optional information may be:

Performance of One Unit (Page 1): This may be optional when the User or
Process Licensor considers this information proprietary.

Connection Schedule (Page 2), Materials of Construction (Page 2), Gaskets


(Page 2): Used when the Designer/User requires such level of detail to define
materials for individual components. These sections may not be necessary if
the information is defined sufficiently on Page 1.

Thermal Expansion Design Exchanger Design Information (Page 2): This is


required only for exchangers such as fixed tubesheet or single pass floating
head type exchangers where thermal expansion must be considered for the
mechanical design.

Additional Remarks, Sketches, Etc. (Page 3): Used for additional remarks
when sufficient space is not available on Page 1. Also used for schematic
sketches to illustrate required features of the design and tube layouts when
necessary to provide this information to the Manufacturer.

Pages 4 and 5: One or both pages may be necessary when boiling and/or
condensing fluids with ranges of physical properties occur.

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Appendix A
Data Format and Description for
Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Specification Sheet Page 1

APPENDIX A - SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER


SPECIFICATION SHEET (PAGE 1 LEGEND)
Client
Process Unit
3 Job No.
1
2

1
1
1

Service of Unit
Size
6 Surface/Unit (Eff.)
4
5

Location
Item No.
Fabricator
1
1
1

TEMA Type (Hor/Vert)


ft
Shells/Unit

7 PERFORMANCE OF ONE UNIT (Optional)


8 Fluid Allocation
9 Fluid Name
10 Fluid Quantity, Total
11
Vapor (MW)
12
Liquid
13
Steam
14
Water
15
Noncondensable (MW)
16 Temperature
17 Density (Vapor/Liquid)
18 Viscosity (Vapor/Liquid)
19 Specific Heat (Vapor/Liquid)
20 Thermal Conductivity (Vapor/Liquid)
21 Latent Heat
22 Inlet Pressure
23 Velocity
24 Pressure Drop (Allowable/Calculated)
25 Fouling Resistance
26 Avg. Film Coefficient

Heat Exchanged
Transfer Rate (Required/Fouled/Clean)
29 V - lb/ft-s 2 : Inlet Nozzle

27

32
33
34
35
36
37
[3] 38
39
40
41
42

Thickness
1
Pitch
1
in
Length
1
Tube-Tubesheet Joint
Shell Diameter (ID/OD)
Cross Baffle Type
Spacing: c/c
1 in
% Cut (Dia./Area)
1,2
Tube Support
Long Baffle Seal Type
By-Pass Seal Type
Impingement Protection (Y/N)

OD
in/BWG (Min./Avg.)
2
ft Type
1

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

Shell
Shell Cover
Channel or Bonnet
Channel Cover
Floating Head Cover/Bolts
Tubesheets
Baffles & Support Plates
Expansion Joint Type
Code Requirements
REMARKS:
1
1
1
1
Originator/Check:

1
1
1
1

2
2
2
2

No. of Units 2
4 Series
3
ft

5,6
3
3
3
5,6
3
4
4
4
4

@
1
1

7,8
4
4
4
7,8
4

5
5
5
5

6
6
6
6
3

7
7
7
7

in
2

4
2
2

2
F
Btu/hr ft F

NOZZLES - No. Size & Rating (Optional)

Inlet
Outlet
Intermediate
in Vent
Drain
2

Design Pressure

SHELL SIDE
3
3
2
3
2

TUBE SIDE
4
4
3
4
3

2
2,3
2
2

3
4,5
3
3

psig

No. of Passes per Shell


1 Corrosion Allowance
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

in

Gaskets
Shell Side
Tube Side
Floating Head

2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Spare Sets Req'd


Test Ring Req'd (Y/N)

Insulation: Shell
2,3

Channel Inlet/Exit

Expansion Joint Material


Calc. MAWP (Y/N)

Approved:

8
8
8
8

@
2
2

Btu/hr MTD (Corrected) (Weighted)


2
3
Bundle Entrance
2
Bundle Exit
3

(Outlet)

2
2

Design Temp(Max/MDMT) F

TUBE SIDE

1
1

No. of Crosspasses

1/

(Outlet) (Inlet)

3
3
3
3

1,2

1
1

Parallel

3,4
2
2
2
3,4
2

43
44 MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION (Optional)
45 Tubes
46

SHELL SIDE

1,2
1
1
1
1,2
1

Connected in
3
Surface/Shell (Eff.)

1
1

lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
F
lb/ft
cP
Btu/lb F
Btu/hr ft F
Btu/lb @ F
psia/psig
ft/s
psi
hr ft F/Btu
Btu/hr ft F

28

30 CONSTRUCTION PER SHELL


31 Tube No
1

2
2

(Inlet)

Page 1
Document No.

2
2
2

Issue Date:

2
2

TEMA Class

Issue No.

Form PIP VEDST003 (10/06) (English Units)

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Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet

February 2007

Table A-1
PIP Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet
Data Format and Description for Page 1
Line
No.

Data No.
On Line

Specification Sheet
Input Item

Description

Client

Client or end user name

Location

Installation site location

Process Unit

Process or operating facility name

Item No.

Equipment identification number or tag

Document No.

Document number

Job No.

Project identification number

Fabricator

Manufacturer or fabricator name

Service of Unit

Service description

No. of Units

Total number of service units

Size

Size expressed as "shell diameter - tube length". For


Kettle type this would be expressed as bundle dia./kettle
dia. - tube length

TEMA Type (Hor/Ver)

TEMA type designation

Connected in Parallel

Number of shells connected in parallel per unit

Series

Number of shells connected in series per unit

Surface/Unit (Eff.)

Effective surface area per unit; finned effective surface


when finned tubes are specified

Shells/Unit

Number of shells per unit

Surface/Shell (Eff.)

Effective surface per shell

1,2

Fluid Name

Shell side and tube side fluid name

10

1,2

Fluid Quantity, Total

Total shell side and tube side mass flow

11

1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8

Vapor (MW)

Shell side inlet and outlet vapor mass flow


(except steam) followed by molecular weight in ( ),
Tube side inlet and outlet vapor mass flow
(except steam) followed by molecular weight in ( )

12

1,2,3,4

Liquid

Shell side inlet and outlet liquid mass flow (except water),
Tube side inlet and outlet liquid mass flow (except water)

13

1,2,3,4

Steam

Shell side inlet and outlet steam mass flow,


Tube side inlet and outlet steam mass flow

14

1,2,3,4

Water

Shell side inlet and outlet water mass flow,


Tube side inlet and outlet water mass flow

15

1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8

Noncondensable (MW)

Shell side inlet and outlet noncondensable mass flow


followed by the molecular weight in ( ),
Tube side inlet and outlet noncondensable mass flow
followed by the molecular weight in ( )

16

1,2,3,4

Temperature

Shell side inlet and outlet fluid temperature,


Tube side inlet and outlet fluid temperature

Process Industry Practices

Typical
Comments

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Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet

February 2007

Table A-1
PIP Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet
Data Format and Description for Page 1
Line
No.

Data No.
On Line

Specification Sheet
Input Item

Typical
Comments

Description

17

1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8

Density (Vapor/Liquid)

Shell side inlet and outlet fluid density for vapor and/or
liquid if present,
Tube side inlet and outlet fluid density for vapor and/or
liquid if present

18

1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8

Viscosity (Vapor/Liquid)

Shell side inlet and outlet fluid viscosity for vapor and/or
liquid if present,
Tube side inlet and outlet fluid viscosity for vapor and/or
liquid if present

19

1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8

Specific Heat
(Vapor/Liquid)

Shell side inlet and outlet fluid specific heat for vapor
and/or liquid if present,
Tube side inlet and outlet fluid specific heat for vapor
and/or liquid if present

20

1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8

Thermal Conductivity
(Vapor/Liquid)

Shell side inlet and outlet fluid thermal conductivity for


vapor and/or liquid if present,
Tube side inlet and outlet fluid thermal conductivity for
vapor and/or liquid if present

21

1,2,3,4

Latent Heat

Shell side fluid latent heat of vaporization at the stated


temperature when boiling/condensing conditions are
present,
Tube side fluid latent heat of vaporization at the stated
temperature when boiling/condensing conditions are
present

22

1,2

Inlet Pressure

Shell side fluid pressure at the inlet nozzle,


Tube side fluid pressure at the inlet nozzle

23

1,2

Velocity

Shell side and tube side fluid average velocity. Velocity is


based on nominal crossflow area and average fluid
conditions.

24

1,2,3,4

Pressure Drop
(Allowable/
Calculated)

Shell side and tube side allowable and/or calculated


pressure drop through the exchanger including nozzles
and static head when present

25

1,2

Fouling Resistance

Shell side and tube side design value for resistance to


heat transfer due to fouling. Value is based on the
surface with which the fluid is in contact.

26

1,2

Avg. Film Coefficient

Average heat transfer coefficient between the shell side


and tube side fluid and the tube. Value is based on the
surface with which the fluid is in contact.

27

Heat Exchanged

Total energy exchanged between the shell side and tube


side fluids

27

MTD
(Corrected/Weighted)

Logarithmic mean temperature difference corrected for


the exchanger pass arrangement and weighted
according to the heat release curve

28

1,2,3

Transfer Rate
(Required/Fouled/
Clean)

Overall heat transfer coefficient required for the duty,


surface area, and MTD and actual values under fouled
and clean conditions

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Table A-1
PIP Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet
Data Format and Description for Page 1
Line
No.

Data No.
On Line

Specification Sheet
Input Item

Description

29

1,2,3

rV
Inlet Nozzle
Bundle Entrance
Bundle Exit

Momentum fluxes in the inlet nozzle, at the entrance to


the bundle, and at the exit of the bundle

31

Tube No.

Number of tubes per shell; for the case of U tube type


exchangers, the Tube No. shall be stated as the number
of U tubes

31

OD

Outer diameter of the tubes

32

1,2

Thickness (Min/Avg)

Tube wall thickness and whether the minimum or


average value is specified

33

Pitch

Distance from tube centerline to tube centerline

33

Flow Angle

Angle at which the flow meets the tube bundle

33

3,4

Inlet

Shell side and tube side Inlet Nozzle Number, Size, and
Rating

34

Length

Overall tube length from end to end required for the


exchanger type selected; for the case of U tube type
exchangers, the tube length shall be from the tube end to
the tangent line where the tube bend begins

34

Type

Type of tube

34

3,4

Outlet

Shell side and tube side Outlet Nozzle Number, Size, and
Rating

35

Tube-Tubesheet Joint

Type of tube-to-tubesheet joint

35

2,3

Intermediate

Shell side and tube side Intermediate Nozzle Number,


Size, and Rating

36

1,2

Shell Diameter (ID/OD)

Shell diameter and whether the inner or outer diameter is


specified

36

3,4

Vent

Shell side and tube side vent nozzle number, size, and
rating

Process Industry Practices

Typical
Comments

Straight,
U-tube,
Bare,
Finned

Rolled,
Expanded,
Hydraulic
expanded,
Seal
Welded
Strength
Welded

ID for rolled
shells.
NPS for
pipe shells.

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February 2007

Table A-1
PIP Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet
Data Format and Description for Page 1
Line
No.

Data No.
On Line

Specification Sheet
Input Item

Typical
Comments

Description

Segmental,
Double
Segmental,
Triple
Segmental,
NTIW, Disk
and Donut

37

Cross Baffle Type

Type of baffling

37

2,3

Drain

Shell side and tube side drain nozzle number, size, and
rating

38

Spacing: c/c

Distance from centerline to centerline of adjacent baffles

38

Inlet

Distance from the tubesheet nearest the shell inlet to the


first baffle

39

1,2

%Cut (Dia./Area)

Percentage of the shell ID or inside cross-sectional area


out of which the baffle is cut

40

Tube Support

Type of supports for the tube bundle

Full
support @
U-bend

40

2,3

Design Pressure

Design pressure for mechanical design; when required


FV (full vacuum) shall also be specified at a specified
temperature

150/FV
@200F

41

Long Baffle Seal Type

Type of seal for the longitudinal baffle

Welded,
leaf,
packed,
tongue and
groove

41

2,3,4,5

Design Temp.
(Max/MDMT)

Maximum Design Temperature and Minimum Design


Metal Temperature for mechanical design

42

By-Pass Seal Type

Dummy tubes, seal strips, rods

42

2,3

No. of Passes per Shell

1 for E shells, 2 for F type, Kettle, Divided, Split,


Cross: for tube side specify the number of passes,
i.e.: 1,2,3,...

43

Impingement Protection

Type of impingement protection

43

2,3

Corrosion Allowance

Corrosion allowance for design of the pressure


components of the shell side and tube side channels

45

Tubes

Materials of construction for the tubes

46

Shell

Materials of construction for the shell

46

Shell Side

Materials of construction for the shell side gaskets

47

Shell Cover

Materials of construction for the shell cover

47

Tube Side

Materials of construction for the tube side gaskets

48

Channel or Bonnet

Materials of construction for the channel or bonnet

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Impact
plate,
impact rods

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February 2007

Table A-1
PIP Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet
Data Format and Description for Page 1
Line
No.

Data No.
On Line

Specification Sheet
Input Item

Description

Typical
Comments

48

Floating Head

Materials of construction for the floating head gaskets

49

Channel Cover

Materials of construction for the channel cover

49

Spare Sets Reqd.

Number of spare sets of gaskets required or See


Purchasing Documents

50

Floating Heat
Cover/Bolts

Materials of construction for the floating heads cover and


bolting components

50

Test Ring Reqd. (Y/N)

Whether or not a test ring is required for the exchanger


bundle

51

Tubesheets

Materials of construction for the tubesheets

51

Insulation: Shell

Shell insulation material and thickness

52

Baffles & Support


Plates

Materials of construction for the baffles and support


plates

52

2,3

Channel Inlet/Exit

Insulation material and thickness for the inlet and outlet


channels

53

Expansion Joint Type

Type of expansion joint, if required

53

Expansion Joint
Material

Materials of construction for the expansion joint

54

Code Requirements

Applicable Codes which must be applied to the design of


the heat exchanger

ASME
Sect. VIII
D1, Sect. I,
Lethal, etc.

54

Calc. MAWP (Y/N)

Whether or not the maximum allowable working pressure


must be calculated

Y,N

54

TEMA Class

The TEMA Class specifying the requirements for the


design of the heat exchanger

R,C,B

55,56,
57,58

REMARKS:

Further remarks, comments, and notes about the heat


exchanger

59

1,2

Originator/Check:

Initials of the originator and checker of the heat


exchanger design

59

Approved:

Initials of the approver of the final heat exchanger design

59

Issue Date

Date of issue of the heat exchanger design

59

Issue No.

Issue/revision number of the heat exchanger design

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Y,N

Bellows,
Flued,
Flanged
and Flued

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Appendix B
Example for Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
Specification Sheet Page 4

APPENDIX B - EXAMPLE FOR


SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER
SPECIFICATION SHEET PAGE 4

Job No. *
Client *
Location
Item No.
Document No.
70.00

Hot Fluid

Ref. Pressure 1:

31.58 PSI (ABS)

Temp.

Enthalpy

Mass Vapor

PSI (ABS)

BTU/LB

Fraction

31.58

100.1

0.00

1.0000

31.55

91.4

6.88

1.0000

31.49

82.7

13.77

1.0000

31.46

80.0

16.18

1.0000

31.43

76.8

21.00

0.9965

31.41

71.8

27.88

0.9916

31.39

66.4

34.76

0.9865

31.36

60.7

41.65

0.9824

31.31

54.5

48.53

0.9781

31.27

41.0

62.54

0.9759

Issue No.
Heat Release Curve

1.0050
1.0000

60.00

0.9950
50.00

0.9900

Enthalpy
(BTU/LB)

Pressure

4
(OPTIONAL PAGE)

Mass Vapor
Fraction

Fluid Name:

Page

40.00

0.9850

30.00

0.9800
0.9750

20.00

<DEW

0.9700
10.00

0.9650
0.9600

10
0.
1
91
.4
82
.7
80
.0
76
.8
71
.8
66
.4
60
.7
54
.5
41
.0

0.00

Temperature (F)
Enthalpy

Mass Vapor Frac

Density

Density

Viscosity

Viscosity

Thermal

Thermal

Sp. Heat

Sp. Heat

Surface

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Cond., Vap

Cond., Liq

Vapor

Liquid

Tension

Critcal Press. Temp.

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/HR-FT-F

Liq. Crit.

LB/FT3

LB/FT3

CP

CP

BTU/LB-F

BTU/LB-F

DYNE/CM PSIA

8.65

MISSING

1.7-02

MISSING

0.123

MISSING

0.799

MISSING

65.9

500.25

355.9

8.85

MISSING

1.6-02

MISSING

0.121

MISSING

0.799

MISSING

65.8

499.58

355.6

9.06

MISSING

1.6-02

MISSING

0.119

MISSING

0.799

MISSING

65.7

498.57

355.5

9.12

972.4

1.6-02

0.348

0.119

0.590

0.799

1.011

65.4

498.36

355.4

9.18

974.4

1.6-02

0.363

0.118

0.588

0.801

1.009

64.9

498.41

355.3

9.28

977.2

1.6-02

0.388

0.117

0.585

0.802

1.006

64.6

498.35

355.1

9.52

983.1

1.5-02

0.457

0.115

0.576

0.805

9.98-01

64.6

498.27

354.9

9.66

986.1

1.5-02

0.504

0.114

0.570

0.806

9.93-01

64.3

497.54

354.6

9.83

988.9

1.5-02

0.564

0.113

0.563

0.807

9.87-01

64.1

496.34

353.6

10.03

991.7

1.5-02

0.641

0.111

0.555

0.808

9.79-01

63.9

495.51

352.4

1.80
Fluid Name:

Hot Fluid

Ref. Pressure 2:

30.56 PSI (ABS)

Heat Release Curve

1.0050

1.60

1.0000

Temp.

Enthalpy

Mass Vapor

1.40

0.9950

PSI (ABS)

BTU/LB

Fraction

1.20

0.9900

30.56

100.1

0.00

1.0000

1.00

0.9850

30.56

91.4

0.20

1.0000

0.80

0.9800

30.56

82.7

0.40

1.0000

0.60

0.9750

30.56

79.5

0.47

1.0000

0.40

0.9700

30.56

76.8

0.61

0.9965

30.56

71.8

0.20

0.9650

0.00

0.9600

<DEW

0.9916

30.56

66.4

1.01

0.9865

30.56

60.7

1.21

0.9824

30.56

54.5

1.41

0.9781

30.56

48.0

1.62

0.9759

Mass Vapor
Fraction

10
0.
1
91
.4
82
.7
79
.5
76
.8
71
.8
66
.4
60
.7
54
.5
48
.0

0.81

Enthalpy
(BTU/LB)

Pressure

Temperature (F)
Enthalpy

Mass Vapor Frac

Density

Density

Viscosity

Viscosity

Thermal

Thermal

Sp. Heat

Sp. Heat

Surface

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Cond., Vap

Cond., Liq

Vapor

Liquid

Tension

Critcal Press. Temp.

BTU/HR-FT-F

Liq. Crit.

LB/FT3

LB/FT3

CP

CP

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/LB-F

BTU/LB-F

DYNE/CM PSIA

8.65

MISSING

1.7-02

MISSING

0.123

MISSING

7.99-01

MISSING

65.9

500.25

355.9

8.85

MISSING

1.6-02

MISSING

0.121

MISSING

7.99-01

MISSING

65.8

499.58

355.6

9.06

MISSING

1.6-02

MISSING

0.119

MISSING

7.99-01

MISSING

65.7

498.57

355.5

9.12

972.4

1.6-02

0.348

0.119

0.590

7.99-01

1.011

65.4

498.36

355.4

9.18

974.4

1.6-02

0.363

0.118

0.588

8.01-01

1.009

64.9

498.41

355.3

9.28

977.2

1.6-02

0.388

0.117

0.585

8.02-01

1.006

64.6

498.35

355.1

9.52

983.1

1.5-02

0.457

0.115

0.576

8.05-01

9.98-01

64.6

498.27

354.9

9.66

986.1

1.5-02

0.504

0.114

0.570

8.06-01

9.93-01

64.3

497.54

354.6

9.83

988.9

1.5-02

0.564

0.113

0.563

8.07-01

9.87-01

64.1

496.34

353.6

10.03

991.7

1.5-02

0.641

0.111

0.555

8.08-01

9.79-01

63.9

495.51

352.4

Form PIP VEDST003 10/06) (English Units)

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger


Specification Sheet

SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER


SPECIFICATION SHEET
Client
Process Unit
3 Job No.

Location
Item No.
Fabricator

1
2

Service of Unit
Size
6 Surface/Unit (Eff.)

Page 1
Document No.

No. of Units
Series
ft

TEMA Type (Hor/Vert)


ft
Shells/Unit

7 PERFORMANCE OF ONE UNIT (Optional)


8 Fluid Allocation
9 Fluid Name
10 Fluid Quantity, Total
11
Vapor (MW)
12
Liquid
13
Steam
14
Water
15
Noncondensable (MW)
16 Temperature
17 Density (Vapor/Liquid)
18 Viscosity (Vapor/Liquid)
19 Specific Heat (Vapor/Liquid)
20 Thermal Conductivity (Vapor/Liquid)
21 Latent Heat
22 Inlet Pressure
23 Velocity
24 Pressure Drop (Allowable/Calculated)
25 Fouling Resistance
26 Avg. Film Coefficient

Connected in
Surface/Shell (Eff.)

(Inlet)

SHELL SIDE

lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
lb/hr
F
lb/ft
cP
Btu/lb F
Btu/hr ft F
Btu/lb @ F
psia/psig
ft/s
psi
hr ft F/Btu
Btu/hr ft F

Heat Exchanged
Transfer Rate (Required/Fouled/Clean)
29 V - lb/ft-s 2 : Inlet Nozzle

Parallel

(Outlet) (Inlet)

TUBE SIDE

F
Btu/hr ft F

28

Bundle Entrance

30 CONSTRUCTION PER SHELL


31 Tube No.
32
33
34
35
36
37
[3] 38
39
40
41
42

Thickness
Pitch
Length
Tube-Tubesheet Joint
Shell Diameter (ID/OD)
Cross Baffle Type
Spacing: c/c
in
% Cut (Dia./Area)
Tube Support
Long Baffle Seal Type
By-Pass Seal Type
Impingement Protection (Y/N)

OD
in/BWG (Min./Avg.)
in
ft Type

Expansion Joint Type


Code Requirements
REMARKS:

59

Originator/Check:

Bundle Exit
NOZZLES - No. Size & Rating (Optional)

SHELL SIDE

TUBE SIDE

Inlet
Outlet
Intermediate
in Vent
Drain

No. of Crosspasses
Design Pressure

psig

Design Temp(Max/MDMT) F

43
44 MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION (Optional)
45 Tubes
46 Shell
47 Shell Cover
48 Channel or Bonnet
49 Channel Cover
50 Floating Head Cover/Bolts
51 Tubesheets
52 Baffles & Support Plates
53
54
55
56
57
58

in

(Outlet)

Btu/hr MTD (Corrected) (Weighted)

27

of

No. of Passes per Shell


Corrosion Allowance

in
Gaskets
Shell Side
Tube Side
Floating Head
Spare Sets Req'd
Test Ring Req'd (Y/N)

Insulation: Shell
Channel Inlet/Exit

Expansion Joint Material


Calc. MAWP (Y/N)

Approved:

Issue Date:

TEMA Class

Issue No.
Form PIP VEDST003 (10/06) (English Units)

Job No. *
Client *
Location
Item No.
Document No.
[3]

1
2
3

Mark

CONNECTION SCHEDULE (Optional)


No. Size Rating Facing
Description
Req'd.

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Page 2 of

Issue No.

THERMAL EXPANSION DESIGN INFORMATION


Shell
Shell Tubesheet
Tube
Tube
(Optional) Mean Metal Press. Mean Metal Mean Metal Press.
psig Temp. F
psig
Temp. F
Temp. F
Design
Normal
Startup
Shutdown
Upset #1
Upset #2
Steamout
Expansion Joint Design Life Cycles

13

MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION (Optional)

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

Corr. Allow.

Shell:
Head:
Pipe/Stubends:
Nozzle Necks:
Nozzle Flanges:
Body Flanges:
Expansion Joint:
Supports:
Bolting (internal):
Bolting (external):
Nozzle Reinforcement:
Tubes:
Tubesheets:
Bonnet/Channel:
Bonnet Head(s):
Channel Cover(s):
Body Flanges:
Pipe/Stubends:
Bolting (internal):
Bolting (external):
Nozzle Reinforcement:
Nozzle Necks:
Nozzle Flanges:
Baffles, Spacers, Tie Rods:

in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in
in

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

Shell Side:
y=
Tube Side:

y=
Floating Head:
55
y=

GASKETS (Optional)
Thickness:
psi
m=
Thickness:
psi
m=
Thickness:
psi
m=

in
in
in

MECHANICAL DATA (Optional)


MAWP (hot and corroded):
psi
MAP (new and cold):
psi
Hydrotest Pressure:
Field:
psig
Shop:
Weights: Empty:
lbs
Bundle:
Full of Water:
lbs

psig
lbs

Form PIP VEDST003 (10/06) (English Units)

Job No. *
Client *
Location
Item No.
Document No.

Page 3 of
(OPTIONAL)

Issue No.

ADDITIONAL REMARKS, SKETCHES, ETC.

Form PIP VEDST003 (10/06) (English Units)

Job No. *
Client *
Location
Item No.
Document No.

1.20
Ref. Pressure 1:

4
of
(OPTIONAL PAGE)

Issue No.
Heat Release Curve

1.2000

PSI (ABS)

Temp.

Enthalpy

Mass Vapor

PSI (ABS)

BTU/LB

Fraction

Enthalpy
(BTU/LB)

Pressure

1.00

1.0000

0.80

0.8000

0.60

0.6000

0.40

0.4000

0.20

0.2000

Mass Vapor
Fraction

Fluid Name:

Page

0.00

0.0000
Temperature (F)
Enthalpy
Mass Vapor Frac

Density

Density

Viscosity

Viscosity

Thermal

Thermal

Sp. Heat

Sp. Heat

Surface

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Cond., Vap

Cond., Liq

Vapor

Liquid

Tension

Critcal Press. Temp.

LB/FT3

LB/FT3

CP

CP

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/LB-F

BTU/LB-F

DYNE/CM PSIA

BTU/HR-FT-F

Liq. Crit.

Heat Release Curve


Ref. Pressure 2:

1.2000

1.00

1.0000

0.80

0.8000

0.60

0.6000

0.40

0.4000

0.20

0.2000

PSI (ABS)

Temp.

Enthalpy

Mass Vapor

PSI (ABS)

BTU/LB

Fraction

Enthalpy
(BTU/LB)

Pressure

0.00

Mass Vapor
Fraction

Fluid Name:

1.20

0.0000
Temperature (F)
Enthalpy

Mass Vapor Frac

Density

Density

Viscosity

Viscosity

Thermal

Thermal

Sp. Heat

Sp. Heat

Surface

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Cond., Vap

Cond., Liq

Vapor

Liquid

Tension

Critcal Press. Temp.

LB/FT3

LB/FT3

CP

CP

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/LB-F

BTU/LB-F

DYNE/CM PSIA

Liq. Crit.

Form PIP VEDST003 (10/06) (English Units)

Job No. *
Client *
Location
Item No.
Document No.
1.20
Fluid Name:

Hot Fluid

Ref. Pressure 1:

Page

5
of
(OPTIONAL PAGE)

Issue No.
Heat Release Curve

1.2000

31.58 PSI (ABS)

Temp.

Enthalpy

Mass Vapor

PSI (ABS)

BTU/LB

Fraction

1.00

1.0000

0.80

0.8000

0.60

0.6000

0.40

0.4000

0.20

0.2000

Mass Vapor
Fraction

Enthalpy
(BTU/LB)

Pressure

0.00

0.0000
Temperature (F)
Enthalpy

Mass Vapor Frac

Density

Density

Viscosity

Viscosity

Thermal

Thermal

Sp. Heat

Sp. Heat

Surface

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Cond., Vap

Cond., Liq

Vapor

Liquid

Tension

Critcal Press. Temp.

LB/FT3

LB/FT3

CP

CP

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/LB-F

BTU/LB-F

DYNE/CM PSIA

BTU/HR-FT-F

1.20
Fluid Name:

Hot Fluid

Ref. Pressure 2:

Heat Release Curve

Liq. Crit.

1.2000

30.56 PSI (ABS)

Temp.

Enthalpy

Mass Vapor

PSI (ABS)

BTU/LB

Fraction

1.00

1.0000

0.80

0.8000

0.60

0.6000

0.40

0.4000

0.20

0.2000

Mass Vapor
Fraction

Enthalpy
(BTU/LB)

Pressure

0.00

0.0000
Temperature (F)
Enthalpy

Mass Vapor Frac

Density

Density

Viscosity

Viscosity

Thermal

Thermal

Sp. Heat

Sp. Heat

Surface

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Vapor

Liquid

Cond., Vap

Cond., Liq

Vapor

Liquid

Tension

Critcal Press. Temp.

LB/FT3

LB/FT3

CP

CP

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/HR-FT-F

BTU/LB-F

BTU/LB-F

DYNE/CM PSIA

Liq. Crit.

Form PIP VEDST003 10/06) (English Units)