Webinar: Part 2 – Principles of Single Phase Heat Transfer in Round TubesOctober 25, 2017
We are running a series of webinars covering the fundamentals of heat exchangers, along with more specialised areas.
The second in this series will be hosted by Dr. -Ing Peter Droegemuller (R&D Manager) on Thursday 30th November, with a Webinar dedicated to ‘Principles of Single Phase Heat Transfer in Round Tubes: Part 2 – Applications and use of flow maps’.
In our first webinar we discussed the fundamentals of single phase heat transfer in round tubes, with focus on laminar flow. In this next webinar, in the series, we want to apply this knowledge to discuss different applications.
These applications will reflect heat exchangers operating in forced or mixed convection regimes.
The laminar flow conditions evaluated will range from high viscous polymer exchangers, in forced convection flow, to slow flowing low viscous fluids in temperature cross situations.
Using flow maps, the characteristics are identified and explained with the help of CFD simulations.
We will also discuss the different reasons which drive the heat exchanger design towards laminar fluid allocations on the tube side.
We still have a few spaces left, so join us for a 40 minute session on Thursday 30 November at 3:00pm GMT / 4:00pm CET / US Central Time 09:00am / US Eastern Time 10:00am.
If you cannot make the Webinar live, we will make a version available online soon after the event.
Click the Register logo (above) to complete the registration form, and once approved you will receive further details.
Note: You will need to install a small file (link below) to access this webinar powered by the Zoom platform
Note: It is highly recommended to watch the first webinar, in the series, prior to attending this webinar.
Previous Webinar: “Principles of Single Phase Heat Transfer in Round Tubes” (September 2017)
To view this webinar login to CALGAVIN.COM, or if not a member register first.
In the next section of our webinar series we will explain the differences in hydrodynamic and heat transfer performance when using hiTRAN Thermal Systems in heat exchanger design.