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Heat Exchanger Design

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#1 fiqahbidamkil


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Posted 14 February 2019 - 01:35 AM

can someone give an en excel sheet for heat exchanger design calculation if u dont mind. thank you in advance.

#2 breizh


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Posted 14 February 2019 - 02:24 AM


You may consider to use the search engine in this forum , I do remember someone who shared his work .


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Better if you can share your work for us to comment .


Good luck



Edited by breizh, 14 February 2019 - 02:29 AM.

#3 Art Montemayor

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Posted 17 February 2019 - 11:37 AM

You have made multiple posts of the same topic.  Please stop this practice.  Read the following guidelines for our Forums.


Your original post was simply: "my LMTD is 127 degrees celsius. is it acceptable for design? i tries to lower down my temperatures but it only lowers my Ft."


I have deleted all your prior posts.  Again, STOP this practice.  I will delete all your other posts of the same topic if you continue with this practice.  You are creating needless confusion and problems.


My reply to your other post was as follows:


Kindly read the following guidelines for our Forums.  These can be found directly above your thread in the Student Forum thread list:


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I seriously doubt that you will get any serious response to your simple supply of ONE basic data.  I know I can't respond to it without a full detailing of all the basic data - such as a filled-in Data Sheet.

If you - and all other students who do not read our Forum Guidelines - do not follow these simple hints of advice given so that you can obtain the maximum help our experienced members can give you, then all you can expect is a response that is equal to the quality of the query you furnish - practically nothing.  We can't read minds.


We all expect that you will put - at the very least - the same level of work and effort into your thread as our members will put into your query.


I hope you get the meaning of this message.  Chemical engineering starts with hard, dedicated work.

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