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Heat Exchanger Calculations


  • Kern, D.Q, "Process Heat Transfer", McGraw-Hill, 1990.


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On-Line Heat Exchanger Sizing

Calculate the heat load of a liquid-liquid, gas-gas, liquid-gas, evaporator, or condenser application. This program also calculates the outlet temperature or process flow rate of one side of the exchanger. After you calculate your results, this program also allows you to submit them directly to heat exchanger vendors for quotation.

Use of this program is very simple. Just input the information about your heat transfer application and click the "Calculate Heat Transferred" button at the end of he form. A window will then come up showing you all the results. To change an input simply hit your browser's "Back" button, change the data as needed, and click the "Calculate Heat Transferred" button again.

After the results are shown you can then use the "copy and paste" functions on your browser to transfer this information to other applications, or you can click on the "Would you like a Data Sheet or Quotation on this Exchanger?" button and a data sheet will be generated. You can then print out this data sheet, and/or submit it directly to your choice of vendors listed at the bottom of the form. To submit this data sheet for quotation, check the vendors you want to recieve information from then click the "Submit Heat Exchanger for Quotation" button. Your heat exchanger information will then be forwarded to the vendors you requested. They will then be contacting you with details on a heat exchanger to meet your specific needs.

Technical References and Assumptions

This program is designed to calculate the required heat transfer and required material flow rate or outlet temperature (depending on the type of application).

The basic heat transfer calculations on which these results are based can be found in any heat transfer textbook. One excellent one is:

Kern, D.Q, "Process Heat Transfer", McGraw-Hill, 1990.

Company Profile

EDA, Incorporated provides quality-engineering services on time, on schedule and within budget.  EDA, Inc. is able to do this by performing the work correctly the first time. We accept the most challenging problems and look forward to working with the client as a team member.  EDA believes that the client should be an active participant in the work process to ensure that the product is commensurate with client expectations and is delivered within schedule and budget constraints.

EDA, Inc. belongs to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), the Society of Instrument Control Engineers, Society of Professional Engineers (ISA) and the American Nuclear Society (ANS).

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EDA, Inc.

6397 True Lane

Springfield, VA 22150


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