Enhance the role of heat exchangers by applying advanced heat transfer and heat exchanger technologies, to size and rate Shell & Tube exchangers for developing sustainable energy systems. In this training class, you will rigorously model heat exchangers and monitor fouling trends to minimize environmental impact of industrial processes, by reducing energy consumption or recovering energy.
A common engineering task is the design of a new heat exchanger, or evaluation of an existing exchanger to verify it will perform properly in a new service. A successful design requires engineers to accurately predict exchanger thermal performance, pressure drop, and risk of vibration in the field. It is therefore advisable to rigorously model exchangers with detailed calculations to provide more confidence in the results than would be obtained utilizing simplified ‘short-cut’ calculations. Aspen Exchanger Design and Rating has the capability to perform sophisticated exchanger calculations, which account for equipment geometry, materials, and operating conditions. This technology can help reduce capital costs by enabling engineers to optimally-design exchangers.
To prepare for this course we strongly recommend that you complete the eLearning module ‘Aspen Exchanger Design and Rating: Learn the Basics’ (ATEL-151-EN) prior to the class.
Starting with aspenONE V12, our self-paced eLearning content can be accessed directly from within Aspen Exchanger Design and Rating. For detailed instructions on how to do this, check out the article: How to access eLearning directly from the application.
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Aspen Technology, Inc. awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training classes conducted by our organization. One CEU is granted for every 10 hours of class participation.