Plate Heat Exchanger Is My Favourite Equipment
Friday, February 08, 2008
For this one month period, I'm going to focus my post more towards my favourite equipment in a processing / production plant - plate heat exchanger. I am very passionate and possess high interest in this equipment. A plate heat exchanger do not uses electricity and that's why it is also called economizer. The heat energy is exchanged from the hot fluid to the cold fluid in a very well and carefully arranged plates (between plate heat exchanger frame). How much kilocalaries or kW energy transferred really depends on the fluid inlet properties and the plate heat exchanger design.
For a start, I list out all of my previous plate heat exchanger related entries for your references. Then in future entries, I will slowly and progressively share my experiences dealing this interesting equipment.
Heat Exchangers: Introduction and Basic Concepts
Chemical Engineering Related Photo Sharing
Learning Process From Cleaning Plate Heat Exchanger
Preparation Work For New Plate Heat Exchanger
My New Baby Plate Heat Exchanger
Disappointing New Plate Heat Exchanger
Disappointing New Plate Heat Exchanger Is Now OK...
How Do You Analyze Your Heat Exchanger Performance?
Fixing Plate Heat Exchanger Gasket
High-Temperature Heat-Transfer-Fluid Systems
Sometimes, I feel like switching my job and work for a heat exchanger company and make myself a plate heat exchanger specialist. But that position is very limited. Well, if you are still a student and plant to work with a heat exchanger related companies upon graduating, hold on to my blog for one month. I'll try my best to discuss about it (my version, my scope)....
I'm also working out to make a list of all plate heat exchanger companies, manufacturers, agents, distributors (all around the world) for easy reference. If you are one of them, please contact me and provide details of your products and company. I'll be very happy to include you in the list.
posted by zaki yamani @ 2:52 PM,
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I’m Zaki. I used to be a project, process and chemical engineer. Few years ago I successfully became a Chartered Engineer (IChemE) and Professional Engineer (BEM). I'm now employed as a chemical engineering educator/researcher/consultant. Hope you like reading my blog. I welcome any feedback from you. My email: zaki.yz[alias]gmail.com. TQ!