Heat Transfer Applications of Industrial Process
US$ 3500 Per participant
1. COURSE OVERVIEW:
Process industry optimal operation is dependent on the continuous proper performance of the heating and cooling systems. Any problems and deterioration in such utilities affect the main process and thus the profits of the company.
In addition, the correct selection of the thermal equipment appropriate with the process ensures minimal trouble- shooting and downtime. Equipment like furnaces and boilers use combustion of fuel to transfer the energy in the fuel to the process fluid or generate steam for different applications.
Heat exchangers and cooling towers transfer heat from or to process fluid or dump heat to the environment. In many cases these heating processes are inefficient with large amount of energy being wasted. All intensified energy con- suming industry can benefit substantially by reviewing heat transfer processes and maximizing their potential saving. Lastly, Pinch technology optimize steam heating and water cooling requirements and thus reduce fuel cost
2. COURSE OBJECTIVES:
By attending course participants will be able to:
- To analyze actual systems involving multiple modes of heat transfer.
- To calculate heat flux and the temperature gradient through a wall due to steady-state conduction heat transfer.
- To Calculate heat loss from a surface due to convection and radiation heat transfer.
- To increase awareness on heat transfer in smelting furnaces.
- To illustrate how heat transfer could be modeled in a smelt- ing furnace refractory and how different lining thickness could be estimated.
- To increase awareness on process heating by burners used in melting, drying and steam generation.
- To assess the performance heat transfer systems.
- To understand the concept and types of heat exchangers.
- To increase awareness on heat recovery systems and meth- ods of maximizing heat gain.
3. COURSE CONTENTS:
- Module (01) Heat transfer fundamentals.
- Module (02) Radiation Heat Transfer.
- Module (03) Heat losses from surfaces.
- Module (04) Burners.
- Module (05) Heat exchangers.
- Module (06) Regenerative heat Exchangers.
- Module (07) Direct contact heat exchangers.
- Module (08) Process heater.
- Module (09) Process Heat Integration in Industry.
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