Basic Formulas of Heat Exchanger Designs Calculators

Allowable Length of Tube given Temperature Difference and Thermal Expansion of Tubes

Baffle Spacing given Shell Area and Shell Diameter

Baffle Spacing given Tube Length and Number of Baffles

Channel Velocity of Fluid given Path Length and Plate Pressure Drop

Equivalent Diameter for Square Pitch in Heat Exchanger

Equivalent Diameter for Triangular Pitch in Heat Exchanger

Friction Factor in Plate Type Heat Exchanger

Heat Duty of Exchanger given Core Volume of Exchanger for Air Separation

Heat Duty of Exchanger given Core Volume of Exchanger for Hydrocarbon Separation

Heat Exchanger Volume for Air Separation Applications

Heat Exchanger Volume for Hydrocarbon Applications

Log Mean Temperature Difference in Plate Heat Exchanger Given Fluid Temperature and NTU

Number of Baffles in Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

Number of Transfer Units for Plate Heat Exchanger

Number of Tubes in Center Row Given Bundle Diameter and Tube Pitch

Number of Tubes in Eight Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Eight Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Four Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Four Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in One Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in One Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

Number of Tubes in Six Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Six Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Two Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Number of Tubes in Two Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter

Outlet Temperature of Fluid in Plate Heat Exchanger given NTU and Log Mean Temperature Difference

Path Length of Fluid in Plate Heat Exchanger Given Channel Velocity and Plate Pressure Drop

Pressure Drop in Plate Type Heat Exchanger

Pressure Drop in Plate Type Heat Exchanger given Reynolds Number

Pressure Drop of Vapor in Condensers given Vapors on Shell Side

Provision for Thermal Expansion and Contraction in Heat Exchanger

Pumping Power Required in Heat Exchanger Given Pressure Drop

Reynolds Number for Condensate Film Inside Vertical Tubes in Condenser

Reynolds Number for Condensate Film Outside Vertical Tubes in Heat Exchanger

Shell Area for Heat Exchanger

Shell Diameter Given Shell Area and Baffle Spacing and Tube Pitch

Shell Diameter of Heat Exchanger Given Clearance and Bundle Diameter

Shell Side Pressure Drop in Heat Exchanger

Stack Design Pressure Draft for Furnace

Stack Height of Furnace given Design Pressure and Flue Gas Temperature

Temperature Difference Achieved given Thermal Expansion and Length of Tubes in Heat Exchanger

Tube Side Mass Flowrate Given Pumping Power and Tube Side Pressure Drop

Tube Side Mass Flowrate of Liquid Given Number of Tubes and Fluid Velocity

Tube Side Pressure Drop given Pumping Power and Mass Flowrate of Fluid

Tube Side Pressure Drop in Heat Exchanger for Laminar Flow

Tube Side Pressure Drop in Heat Exchanger for Turbulent Flow

Tube Side Velocity of Fluid Given Mass Flowrate and Number of Tubes

Viscosity Correction Factor for Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

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- Allowable Length of Tube given Temperature Difference and Thermal Expansion of Tubes
- Baffle Spacing given Shell Area and Shell Diameter
- Baffle Spacing given Tube Length and Number of Baffles
- Channel Velocity of Fluid given Path Length and Plate Pressure Drop
- Equivalent Diameter for Square Pitch in Heat Exchanger
- Equivalent Diameter for Triangular Pitch in Heat Exchanger
- Friction Factor in Plate Type Heat Exchanger
- Heat Duty of Exchanger given Core Volume of Exchanger for Air Separation
- Heat Duty of Exchanger given Core Volume of Exchanger for Hydrocarbon Separation
- Heat Exchanger Volume for Air Separation Applications
- Heat Exchanger Volume for Hydrocarbon Applications
- Log Mean Temperature Difference in Plate Heat Exchanger Given Fluid Temperature and NTU
- Number of Baffles in Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
- Number of Transfer Units for Plate Heat Exchanger
- Number of Tubes in Center Row Given Bundle Diameter and Tube Pitch
- Number of Tubes in Eight Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Eight Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Four Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Four Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in One Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in One Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
- Number of Tubes in Six Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Six Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Two Pass Square Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Number of Tubes in Two Pass Triangular Pitch given Bundle Diameter
- Outlet Temperature of Fluid in Plate Heat Exchanger given NTU and Log Mean Temperature Difference
- Path Length of Fluid in Plate Heat Exchanger Given Channel Velocity and Plate Pressure Drop
- Pressure Drop in Plate Type Heat Exchanger
- Pressure Drop in Plate Type Heat Exchanger given Reynolds Number
- Pressure Drop of Vapor in Condensers given Vapors on Shell Side
- Provision for Thermal Expansion and Contraction in Heat Exchanger
- Pumping Power Required in Heat Exchanger Given Pressure Drop
- Reynolds Number for Condensate Film Inside Vertical Tubes in Condenser
- Reynolds Number for Condensate Film Outside Vertical Tubes in Heat Exchanger
- Shell Area for Heat Exchanger
- Shell Diameter Given Shell Area and Baffle Spacing and Tube Pitch
- Shell Diameter of Heat Exchanger Given Clearance and Bundle Diameter
- Shell Side Pressure Drop in Heat Exchanger
- Stack Design Pressure Draft for Furnace
- Stack Height of Furnace given Design Pressure and Flue Gas Temperature
- Temperature Difference Achieved given Thermal Expansion and Length of Tubes in Heat Exchanger
- Tube Side Mass Flowrate Given Pumping Power and Tube Side Pressure Drop
- Tube Side Mass Flowrate of Liquid Given Number of Tubes and Fluid Velocity
- Tube Side Pressure Drop given Pumping Power and Mass Flowrate of Fluid
- Tube Side Pressure Drop in Heat Exchanger for Laminar Flow
- Tube Side Pressure Drop in Heat Exchanger for Turbulent Flow
- Tube Side Velocity of Fluid Given Mass Flowrate and Number of Tubes
- Viscosity Correction Factor for Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

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