Mathematical Model for Plate Heat Exchangers for Steam Generation in Absorption Systems

Sotsil Silva-Sotelo, J. Rosenberg Romero and Roberto Best y Brown
Engineering and Applied Sciences Research Centre – UAEM, Morelos, México, and others

Series: Mathematics Research Developments
BISAC: MAT000000

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Since its introduction in 1930, plate heat exchangers have become important components in the food, dairy and pharmaceutical industries and also in power generation. This type of heat exchangers offers significant advantages over traditional equipment, including great facility for maintenance, compactness, high heat transfer rates, the possibility of modifying the transfer area by removing some of the plates and minimum fouling. Recently, it have been used these heat exchangers in absorption systems. This book presents a mathematical model for a plate heat exchanger used as a steam generator in an absorption system. (Imprint: Novinka)

SUMMARY

1. INTRODUCTION

2. THE PHE FEATURES

3. STEAM GENERATION

4. STUDIES IN PLATES IN ABSORPTION SYSTEMS HEAT EXCHANGERS

5. TWO-PHASE FLOWS

6. MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR GENERATION OF STEAM IN A PHE

7. EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF THE PHE

8. THE PHE SIMULATION

CONCLUSION

NOMENCLATURE

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