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no tubes in window - of heat exchanger

no tubes in window - of heat exchanger

(OP)
what are advantages of " no tube in window region" of heat exchanger ?

RE: no tubes in window - of heat exchanger

Couldnta said it better:)

The problem with sloppy work is that the supply FAR EXCEEDS the demand

RE: no tubes in window - of heat exchanger

Normally NTIW baffles are used to address concerns about flow-induced vibration because they eliminate the long unsupported tube spans in the window region, plus the design allows you to place intermediary support baffles (both ends cut) in between the segmental baffles.

The disadvantage is that they require a larger diameter shell to accomplish the same heat transfer.

-Christine

RE: no tubes in window - of heat exchanger

(OP)
Sir,
May I request you to elaborate following point, if possible with a schematic :

NTIW baffles are used to address concerns about flow-induced vibration because they eliminate the long unsupported tube spans in the window region,

RE: no tubes in window - of heat exchanger

Christine74, nice link, thanks for that :)

The problem with sloppy work is that the supply FAR EXCEEDS the demand

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