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Heat Exchanger Training
14th November 2022 - 17th November 2022
Why Choose this Training Course
This heat exchanger training course is a comprehensive course to the technology of shell and tube heat exchangers as these robust type of heat exchangers are the most commonly used in the process and refinery industries, where they provide flexibility and are easy to maintain.
The heat exchanger training will provide details on the thermal and mechanical design, fabrication, inspection and maintenance in relation with international standards as TEMA, API and ISO. For this heat exchanger type we focus on the mechanical and practical aspects. Many case studies will be presented to show failures, mismatches. The thermal and mechanical design is conducted using sophisticated computer software and this course is intended to complement thermal design training based on HTRI software. Attendees will be offered problem case studies in order to reach solutions on their own.
To get a full picture of proven (advanced) heat transfer technologies a basic training module for other types of heat exchangers is included. Besides aircooled we discuss compact heat exchangers in more detail with all their pros and cons.
Delegates need to bring laptop with Microsoft Excel installed and Microsoft as the operating system
Who Should Attend
The heat exchanger training course is designed for professionals who want to improve the performance of heat exchanger in their company for shell & tube and compact types.
- Mechanical Engineer
- Design Engineer
- Maintenance Engineer
- Instrument Engineer
- Project Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Heat Transfer Engineer
- Plant Engineer
- Operation Engineer
Key Learning Objectives
- For those engineers, this course will provide a broad understanding of the technology and an excellent base for further learning.
- For those responsible for thermal design, TEMA type selection the training is intended to illustrate the interaction between the thermal and mechanical design, the understanding of which will lead to more reliable design outcomes
- For those coming from an operating environment, the course will lead to a greater knowledge of the maintenance, inspection and repair needs of shell and tube heat exchangers, including information on common causes of failure. Solutions will be offered using latest “state of art” technologies are used to prevent fouling, tube vibration and throughput limitations.