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Designing Shell nd tube exg using Hysys

Designing Shell nd tube exg using Hysys

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Dear All
In a gas sweetning unit the Lean rich exchanger of plate type is planning to change to shell and tube exchanger because of frequent choking in the previous one. I have the total simualted data of this unit.From this how can I go forward with the sizing calculation of this exchanger using Hysys. Is it possible for me to find out all sizing datas using hysys. If not how many parameters can be calculated using Hysys. And how can I do it using Hysys.

As I am having only some idea on Hysys your out come definetly will help me to find out the details. Expecting your warm reply soon

RE: Designing Shell nd tube exg using Hysys

All inputs to the calculations are there, but some of the "derived" e.g. velocity is not - since the standard license does not design the exchanger as such. You can get additional options if you pay (e.g. the EDR package).

Best regards

Morten

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