Heat Exchangers Design & Calculation Excel Workbook

Design and analyze the performance of your heat exchanger in a professional manner with this valuable Excel Workbook

This Heat Exchanger Excel Workbook provides well organized technical data in form of spreadsheet calculations, tables, charts and diagrams, indispensible for anyone involved in the design, selection, operation, maintenance or inspection of heat exchangers.

What you’ll learn

  • Design and analyze the performance of your heat exchanger in a professional manner with this valuable Excel Workbook.
  • Select the appropriate shell and tube heat exchanger for your application.
  • Get access to valuable shell and tube heat exchanger design tables according to DIN 21184 – 21191 and TEMA std to properly design shell and tube heat exchangers.
  • Get access to useful charts and diagrams to solve daily heat exchanger problems.

Course Content

  • About this Heat Exchanger Excel Workbook –> 2 lectures • 10min.
  • Heat Exchangers : Design, Operation and Maintenance – Online course –> 1 lecture • 5min.
  • Other valuables Excel Workbooks and Folders –> 4 lectures • 13min.
  • Downloadable resources –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Extra –> 1 lecture • 1min.

Heat Exchangers Design & Calculation Excel Workbook

Requirements

  • Having Microsoft Excel installed on your computer and having basic knowledge of using Excel.
  • Having attended our “Heat Exchangers : Design, Operation and Maintenance” training course is strongly recommended.
  • Having attended our “Flow of Fluids Through Piping Systems, Valves, Fittings and Pumps” training course is strongly recommended.

This Heat Exchanger Excel Workbook provides well organized technical data in form of spreadsheet calculations, tables, charts and diagrams, indispensible for anyone involved in the design, selection, operation, maintenance or inspection of heat exchangers.

This Excel workbook presents formulae and data for :

  1. Physical properties of the most common fluids used in heat exchangers in Oil & Gas, Petroleum, Refining and Chemical processes
  2. Heat transfer coefficients “U” and “α”
  3. Pressure losses in shell and tube heat exchangers (tube + shell sides)
  4. Useful shell and tube geometrical calculations
  5. Geometrical data of shell and tube heat exchangers according to DIN 28184 & 28191 and TEMA Standards
  6. Guidelines for the selection of shell and tube heat exchangers
  7. Thermal conductivity of the most common material of construction of shell and tube heat exchangers
  8. Valuable heat exchanger charts, figures and diagrams
  9. Numerous conversion tables
  10. And much more…

Please refer to the table of content hereafter for further details.

IMPORTANT NOTES

  1. We assume that Microsoft Excel is installed on your computer and that you have basic knowledge of using Excel
  2. This Excel workbook includes Visual Basic for Application function subroutines. Macros must be enabled for them to work

DISCLAIMER

This Heat Exchanger Excel Workbook is provided by WR Training “as is” and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed. In no event shall the Copyright owner or contributors be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, procurement of substitute goods or services, loss of use, data, or profits, or business interruption) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of this Excel Workbook, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.

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HEAT EXCHANGER DESIGN AND CALCULATION EXCEL WORKBOOK : TABLE OF CONTENT

An Excel VBA based engineering tool by WR Training

I/ SPREADSHEET CALCULATIONS

A. Physical properties of fluids

1. Properties of water and steam

a. saturation properties with temperature

b. saturation properties with pressure

c. properties given pressure and temperature

d. properties given pressure and enthalpy

2. Dynamic viscosity of gases

3. Kinematic viscosity

4. Weight density of liquids

  • formula 1
  • formula 2
  • formula 3

5. Weight density of ideal gases

6. Weight density of real gases

7. Gas compressibility factor

8. Specific gravity of gases

9. Boiling point pure component

10. Vapor pressure : pure component

11. Vapor pressure : mixture

12. Thermal conductivity of water

13. Thermal conductivity of liquids

14. Thermal conductivity of gases

15. Fouling factors of water

16. Fouling factors of other fluids

17. Specific and molar heat capacities of fluids

B. Overall heat transfer coefficient

1. Approximate overall heat transfer coefficient

2. Overall heat transfer coefficients “uα” from heat transfer coefficients “α”

3. Overall heat transfer coefficients from refinery process data

  • liquid hydrocarbons coolers
  • gaseous hydrocarbons coolers
  • total hydrocarbons condensers

4. Overall heat transfer coefficients from general formula

C. Heat transfer coefficients (α)

1. Approximate heat transfer coefficients

2. Tube side heat transfer coefficients as a function of the flow velocity

3. Shell side heat transfer coefficients as a function of the flow velocity

4. Tube side heat transfer coefficient

5. Shell side heat transfer coefficient

D. Heat calculations

1. Heat load

2. Heat exchange area

  • formula 1
  • formula 2

3. Corrected effective temperature difference

4. Corrected effective mean temperature difference

  • formula 1
  • formula 2
  • formula 3

5. Temperature efficiency factor

6. Outlet temperature of the cold fluid

7. Outlet temperature of the hot fluid

E. Pressure losses in shell & tube heat exchangers

1. Tube side pressure loss

  • tubes ∆P
  • inlet nozzle ∆P
  • outlet nozzle ∆P

2. Tube side pressure loss

  • baffle window ∆P
  • shell tube ∆P
  • nozzles ∆P

F. Useful geometrical calculations

1. Tube side

  • flow cross section
  • flow velocity in the tubes
  • number of tubes per pass

2. Tube side pressure loss

  • flow cross section
  • cross stream velocity through the tube bundle
  • longitudinal stream cross area in the baffle window
  • longitudinal stream velocity through the baffle window
  • average shell side flow cross section
  • average shell side flow velocity
  • number of baffles
  • number of tube rows in cross stream between the baffle windows
  • number of total vertical tube rows
  • flow cross section for the longitudinal flow in the baffle window
  • diametric shell to baffle clearance

G. Geometrical data of shell & tube heat exchangers according to din 28184 – 28191 and tema standards

H. shell and tube exchanger selection guide

I. dimensionless numbers

J. thermal conductivity of heat exchanger metal of construction

II/ CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS

a. Tema heat exchanger table

b. AES exchanger nomenclature

c. AEP exchanger nomenclature

d. AJW exchanger nomenclature

e. AKT exchanger nomenclature

f. BEM exchanger nomenclature

g. CFU exchanger nomenclature

h. Heat exchanger design procedure

i. Heat exchanger selection guidelines

j. Tube patterns

k. Baffles

l. LMTD

m. TEMA data sheet for shell & tube heat exchangers

n. Comparison of TEMA class R, C and B heat exchangers

o. Shell and tube exchanger features according to type of design

p. Conversion tables

 

NOTE

This Excel workbook includes Visual Basic for Application function subroutines. Macros must be enabled for them to work.

DISCLAIMER

This Heat Exchanger Excel Workbook is provided by WR Training “as is” and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed. In no event shall the Copyright owner or contributors be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, procurement of substitute goods or services, loss of use, data, or profits, or business interruption) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of this Excel Workbook, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.