Heat Exchanger Design

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Wiley, Mar 20, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 547 pages
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This Second Edition of the well-received work on design, construction, and operation of heat exchangers. Demonstrates how to apply theories of fluid mechanics and heat transfer to practical problems posed by design, testing, and installation of heat exchangers. Tables and data have been brought up to date, and there is new material on problems of vibration and fouling, and on optimization of energy use in the chemical process and manufacturing industries. Covers all basic principles of heat exchanger design, and addresses many specialized situations encountered in engineering applications.

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Arthur P. Fraas is the author of Heat Exchanger Design, 2nd Edition, published by Wiley.

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