Heat exchangers, Physics

One of the practical aspects of the Engineering Profession includes the design of industrial equipment. Design could be described as a creative, iterative and sometimes open-ended process by which components, equipments and/or processes are conceived. It involves imagination, knowledge, experience and critical judgement to define a particular end project; i.e., a Heat Exchanger. Students can only learn the design constraints and at the same time become familiar with methods by being actively involved. This assignment covers only one part of Heat Exchanger Design, the Thermal Design which requires the Heat Transfer processes analyses and evaluation prior to implementing the following areas; mechanical design, manufacturing and cost analysis (manufacturing and operation).

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