NEW COURSES: Heat Exchangers: Introduction, and Heat Exchangers: Operation of Shell and Tube Types

RedVector is happy to announce that the following 2 courses have been released for Heat Exchangers: Introduction, and Heat Exchangers: Operation of Shell and Tube Types.

Heat Exchangers: Introduction

Course soon to be sunset: AOHIN00CEN

In many industrial processes there is waste of energy or a heat stream that is being exhausted—heat exchangers can be used to recover this heat and put it to use by heating a different stream in the process. This practice can save a lot of money in industry.

Heat exchangers are widely used in industry both for cooling and heating large scale industrial processes. As an operator you may be required to operate many types of heat exchangers. This interactive online course is designed to introduce you to basic principles of heat transfer and the components and operating principles of shell and tube heat exchangers and plate heat exchangers.

Heat Exchangers: Operation of Shell and Tube Types

Course soon to be sunset: AOHOS00CEN

Many industrial processes must heat or cool fluids to produce products. Heating and cooling are often accomplished by transferring heat between fluids, and this heat transfer between fluids occurs in heat exchangers. There are many types of heat exchangers, but one of the most common types is a shell and tube heat exchanger.

In this interactive, online course, you will look at the operation of a typical shell and tube heat exchanger, including startup and shutdown. You will also explore some of the problems associated with the operation of a typical shell and tube heat exchanger.

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