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Composite fouling on heat exchanger surfaces

Yu Hong

Composite fouling on heat exchanger surfaces

by Yu Hong

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Published by Nova Science Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat exchangers -- Fouling.,
  • Sugar machinery -- Protection.,
  • Calcium silicates.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [133]-145) and index.

    StatementHong Yu.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ263 .H66 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 167 p. :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17939498M
    ISBN 10160021116X
    ISBN 109781600211164
    LC Control Number2006008453

    Heat exchangers are used in numerous steps throughout the process. In spite of the fact that the large surface in the heat exchangers cools down the heated, liquid foodstuffs again quickly, microbes can remain stuck in the numerous grooves and recesses of the heat exchanger, persistent biofilms can form or sticky residues accumulate. For a new heat exchanger the fouling factor is zero and it increases with time with increased fouling. The development of fouling depends on a number of things, (5) and (16). Major groups of fouling dependents are: • Composition of the fluids. • Operating conditions in the heat exchanger. • Type and characteristics of the heat exchanger File Size: 2MB.

    Fig. 7: Influence of the heat flux density on the thermal fouling resistance for non-electropolished surfaces. (cP = %; TF = 55°C for SICON and cP = %; TF = 70°C for SS, DLC, SICAN). Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning File Size: 1MB. Monitoring Thermal Efficiency of Fouled Heat Exchangers Therefore, the value of NTU* for one exchanger in the network can be obtained by replacing E by E* in the expression developed for a 1 - n exchanger [Eq. (7)]. The factor used to correct the log mean temperatureFile Size: KB.

      Deposition process (fouling) in a water-in-tube heat exchanger. Time-lapse recorded in a lab-scale pellet combustor. Awad () studied the fouling of heat transfer surfaces in general. He found out that fouling agents can contain inorganic materials such as airborne dust and grit, waterborne mud and silt, as well as organic materials including biological substances and elemental carbon. Fouling of a specific heat exchanger is, besides from the fouling agent Cited by: 3.


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Composite fouling on heat exchanger surfaces. New York: Nova Science Composite fouling on heat exchanger surfaces book, © (OCoLC) Online version: Hong, Yu.

Composite fouling on heat exchanger surfaces. New York: Nova Science Books, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Yu Hong.

Composite Fouling on Heat Exchanger Surface [Hong Yu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Composite Fouling on Heat Exchanger Surface. This unique and comprehensive text considers all aspects of heat exchanger fouling from the basic science of how surfaces become fouled to very practical ways of mitigating the problem and from mathematical modelling of different fouling mechanisms to practical methods of heat exchanger cleaning.

The problems that restrict the efficient operation of equipment are. Occurrence of fouling is observed in natural as well as synthetic systems. In the present context undesired deposits on the heat exchanger surfaces are referred to fouling. With the development of fouling the heat exchanger may deteriorate to the extent that it must be withdrawn from service for cleaning or by: Fouling and Fouling Mitigation on Heat Exchanger Surfaces.

Change in deposition thickness with time. Composite fouling Some of the common salts causes fouling are CaSO 4. Fouling due to corrosion. Chemical reaction fouling. Biological growth on heat exchanger surfaces. The design, installation, commissioning and operation of heat exchangers to minimise fouling.

The use of additives to mitigate fouling. Heat exchanger cleaning. Fouling assessment and mitigation in some common.

Fouling is the accumulation of unwanted material on solid surfaces to the detriment of function. The fouling materials can consist of either living organisms or a non-living substance (inorganic and/or organic).Fouling is usually distinguished from other surface-growth phenomena in that it occurs on a surface of a component, system, or plant performing a defined and useful function.

Anti-fouling coatings based on nano-composites have been used to decrease fouling inside plate and frame heat exchanger for food production. The. Zhao X, Chen XD () A critical review of basic crystallography to salt crystallization fouling in heat exchangers. In: Proceedings of international conference on heat exchanger fouling and cleaning, Crete Island, 5–10 June Google ScholarCited by: 5.

Advice on the selection, design, installation and commissioning of heat exchangers to minimise fouling is given. A large part of the text is devoted to the use of chemical and other additives to reduce or eliminate the problem of fouling.

Another large section is designed to give information on both on-line and off-line cleaning of heat by:   The present review study has focused on fouling phenomena, environment of fouling, heat exchanger fouling in design, and mitigation of fouling. The findings could support in developing the improved heat exchanger material surfaces, retain efficiency of the heat exchangers, and prolong their continuous by: 1.

Large heat exchanger networks play an important role in energy recovery of chemical processes, where the hot outlet streams of the process are used to heat the cold inlets.

Oil fractioning is an energy intensive operation due to the large amount of crude oil processed, and around 65% of the energy necessary for fractioning can be recovered in. In the present context particulate fouling is defined as the accumulation of solid particles suspended in a fluid onto a heat transfer surface.

Some of the mechanisms which occur are similar to those Cited by: The anti-fouling coating is effective on metal, metal alloy, ceramic, glass, graphite, composite material, concrete or polymer.

It can quickly and easily be applied to the fluid-contact surfaces of dairy processing equipment or other existing heat exchangers. The technology “fills in the cracks” and microscopic defects in the material surfaces.

Fouling is the accumulation of unwanted material on solid surfaces to the detriment of function. The fouling materials can consist of either living organisms or a non-living substance (inorganic or organic).Fouling is usually distinguished from other surface-growth phenomena in that it occurs on a surface of a component, system or plant performing a defined and useful function, and that.

Heat exchanger is equipment used to transfer heat from one fluid to another. It has extensive domestic and industrial applications. Extensive technical literature is available on heat exchanger design, operation and maintenance, but it is widely scattered throughout the industrial bulletins, industrial design codes and standard, technical journals, etc.

The purpose of this book chapter Cited by: 2. This accessible book presents unconventional technologies in heat exchanger design that have the capacity to provide solutions to major concerns within the process and power-generating industries.

Demonstrating the advantages and limits of these innovative heat exchangers, it also discusses micro- and nanostructure surfaces and micro-scale equipment.

A heat exchanger typically involves two flowing fluids separated by a solid wall. Many of the heat transfer processes encountered in industry involve composite systems and even involve a combination of both conduction and is first transferred from the hot fluid to the wall by convection, through the wall by conduction, and from the wall to the cold fluid again by.

Scanning electron microscope (SEM) was used to investigate the microscopic structures of composite fouling. Heat transfer coefficients and friction factors have been obtained in clean tests.

The plate heat exchanger with the largest d e and height to pitch ratio shows the best anti-fouling performance. The Von-Karman analogy was used to obtain Cited by: Ultrasonic Anti-fouling Solution For Heat Exchanger: By Hu: How ultrasonic works to prevent fouling Anti-fouling solution for heat exchanger is a difficult problem in many fields.

Even so, ultrasonic technology provide us a new effective method. as shown in picture below, anti-fouling transducers are commonly installed in the inlet pipe of heat exchanger, with the flange.

Anti-Fouling Heat Exchanger Solutions, Inc. introduces a novel technology that finally solves the fouling problem facing most heat exchangers. Proven dramatic results show it can help companies save thousands of hours of cleaning and millions of dollars in costs every year.

Over 90% of all heat exchangers suffer from fouling.The fouling factor represents the theoretical resistance to heat flow due to a build-up of a layer of dirt or other fouling substance on the tube surfaces of the heat exchanger [1] Over the course of its life a heat exchanger can lose efficiency i.Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning conferences since