The heat exchanger detects heat between two processes of liquids in the chemical, petrochemical, food, beverage, and hot metals, and so on. Although the required heat transfer calculations and pressure reductions are achieved with a two-pipeline temperature switch (DPHE), the optimization of the heat transfer parameter is used to measure laboratory test settings. This will allow you to build a DPHE model with twisted tapes and mimic the ASPEN PLUS and work it out by trying to scale the lab that has already been produced and standardized for DPHE. Parameter values for this study range from 0.02 kg / sec −0.033 kg / sec as suspension, pressure reduction, and Reynolds numbers. Also to study the mechanism of increased heat transfer by the use of twisted tape with Y1 = 4.3 and Y2 = 7.7 deviations. They are trying to compare the results of a mathematical model with simulation. This mode of inactivity has the effect of equilibrium heat transfer, pressure drop, the collision factor, and the number Reynolds. We tested the modeling and simulation effects and tried to measure the 4 input parameters of the two output parameters: cold flow rate, hot flow rate, cold and cold temperatures. DPHE, therefore, confirmed the flow rates of weight between 0.02–0.07 kg/s with experiments and simulations performed by Aspen Plus.
Part of the book: Heat Exchangers