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heat exchanger

heat exchanger

heat exchanger

I have to make a heat exchanger calcul after a change in the density of crude oil
i will use KERN method , i have somme questions
whene i calculate Q= mCp (t2-t1)
1/about Cp wich Cp i have to take Cp of t1 or Cp of t2?
2/ how i can know if the heat exchanger is wroking correctly and if results are good or no?
3/ now we have a production of 90000m3/day and we want to calculate if the heat exchanger could work if we increase the production to 200000m3?
NB : we have a tubulair heat exchanger
thank you!!

RE: heat exchanger

no answers!!!!!

RE: heat exchanger

hella all hoping to be well\my question is about shell and tube heat exchanger
i want to know hot fluid and cold fluid path which one pass throw sheel and which one pass throw tube and why

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