Compact Heat Exchangers: Selection, Design, and Operation, Second Edition, is fully revised to present the most recent and fundamental ideas and industrial concepts in compact heat exchanger technology. This complete reference compiles all aspects of theory, design rules, operational issues, and the most recent developments and technological advancements in compact heat exchangers.
New to this edition is the inclusion of micro, sintered, and porous passage description and data, electronic cooling, and an introduction to convective heat transfer fundamentals. New revised content provides up-to-date coverage of industrially available exchangers, recent fouling theories, and reactor types, with summaries of off-design performance and system effects and installations issues in, for example, automobiles and aircraft.
Hesselgreaves covers previously neglected approaches, such as the Second Law (of Thermodynamics), pioneered by Bejan and co-workers. The justification for this is that there is increasing interest in life-cycle and sustainable approaches to industrial activity as a whole, often involving exergy (Second Law) analysis. Heat exchangers, being fundamental components of energy and process systems, are both savers and spenders of energy, according to interpretation.
- Contains revised content, covering industrially available exchangers, recent fouling theories, and reactor types
- Includes useful comparisons throughout with conventional heat exchangers to emphasize the benefits of CPHE applications
- Provides a thorough system view from commissioning, operation, maintenance, and design approaches to reduce fouling and fouling factors
- Compiles all aspects of theory, design rules, operational issues, and the most recent developments and technological advancements in compact heat exchangers
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|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
John Hesselgreaves is an independent consultant in advanced heat exchanger products, and has 2 patents in the field. He has held positions as Lecturer and Honourary Research Fellow at Heriot- Watt University, UKRichard Law is a Research Associate in the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials at Newcastle University, UK. His main research areas are heat transfer enhancement, heat exchanger design, heat pumps, power cycles and industrial waste heat recovery.David Reay manages David Reay & Associates, UK, is a Visiting Professor at Northumbria University, Researcher at Newcastle University, and Honorary Professor at Nottingham University, UK. His main research interests are compact heat exchangers, process intensification, and heat pumps. He is also Editor-in-Chief of Applied Thermal Engineering and Author/Co-author of eight other books, including the second edition of Process Intensification published in 2013.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Industrial Compact Exchangers 3. The Heat Exchanger as Part of a System: Exergetic (Second Law) Analysis 4. Surface Comparisons, Size, Shape and Weight Relationships 5. Aspects of Flow and Convective Heat Transfer Fundamentals for Compact Surfaces 6. Surface Types and Correlations 7. Thermal Design 8. Compact Heat Exchangers in Practice