Business & Economics :: Design, Engineering & Construction
January 1, 2012
Designing Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers: Avoid Vibration From The Start
Making vibration an integral part of the design process can save money up front and trouble later on. But care should be taken in accepting the computer’s results
Graham T. Polley and M.A.Vidal Farfan, University of Guanajuato, Mexico; Simon J. Pugh, IHS ESDU
Mechanical integrity is an essential consideration in heat exchanger design. The most common threat to this integrity is tube bundle vibration. So, the computer programs used for heat exchanger design incorporate procedures that assess this threat. However...
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