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Research Org.Sponsoring Org.SubjectRelated SubjectDescription/Abstract PublisherCountry of PublicationLanguageFormatAvailabilityRightsSystem Entry Date Full TextBibliographic Citation+Constrained optimization of heat exchangers^Ramananda Rao, K.; Shrinivasa, U.; Srinivasan, J. [Indian Inst. of Science, Bangalore (India)]1996-06-01T04:00:00Z260744NONE4Journal ID: CHEEA3; ISSN 0009-2460; TRN: IM9632%%298Journal ArticlekJournal Name: Chemical Engineering; Journal Volume: 103; Journal Issue: 6; Other Information: PBD: Jun 199642 ENGINEERING NOT INCLUDED IN OTHER CATEGORIES; HEAT EXCHANGERS; PERFORMANCE; DESIGN; ALGORITHMS; OPTIMIZATION; GEOMETRY; BAFFLES; POSITIONINGOptimizing a shell and tube heat exchanger for a given duty is an important and relatively difficult task. There is a need for a simple, general and reliable method for realizing this task. The authors present here one such method for optimizing single phase shell-and-tube heat exchangers with given geometric and thermohydraulic constraints. They discuss the problem in detail. Then they introduce a basic algorithm for optimizing the exchanger. This algorithm is based on data from an earlier study of a large collection of feasible designs generated for different process specifications. The algorithm ensures a near-optimal design satisfying the given heat duty and geometric constraints. The authors also provide several sub-algorithms to satisfy imposed velocity limitations. They illustrate how useful these sub-algorithms are with several examples where the exchanger weight is minimized.
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