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Boilers, Evaporators and Condensers (Free PDF)

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This chapter gives a brief introduction to the following chapters which detail the types, design, and operation of various kinds of boilers. evaporators, and condensers.

Boilers, evaporators, and condensers are two-phase-flow heat exchange equipment; on one side is a boiling or condensing fluid, and on the other side is either a single-phase or two-phase flow. Approximately 60% of all heat exchange equipment used in industrial applications works in a two-phase-Flow mode (Fig. 1. 1). T hey arc used in the power, process, food industries, and air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. In this book almost every facet of boilers, evaporators, and condensers is considered.

The oldest two-phase-flow heat exchanger used by people was certainly a cooking vessel for preparing meals by boiling water. One of the earliest recorded boilers (I 30 A.D.), operating on the water-tube principle, supplied steam to Hero's steam engine, a hollow sphere mounted on hollow trunnions that permitted steam to pass into the sphere. The steam was exhausted through two offset nozzles that caused the sphere to revolve, thus providing the world 's first steam turbine.

1. Introduction
2. Basic Design Methods of Heat Exchangers
3. Forced Convection Correlations for Single-Phase Side of Heat Exchangers
4. Heat Exchanger Fouling
5. Industrial Heat Exchanger Design Practices
6. Fossil-Fuel-Fired Boilers: Fundamentals and Elements
7. Once-Through Boilers
8. Thermohydraulic Design of Fossil-Fuel-Fired Boiler Components
9. Nuclear Steam Generators and Waste Heat Boilers
10. Heat Transfer in Condensation
11. Steam Power Plant and Process Condensers
12. Evaporators and Condensers for Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Systems
13. Evaporators and Reboilers in the Process and Chemical Industries
Appendix A. Thermophysical Properties

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