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8 December, 2013 Posted by Christopher Jenner Posted in Heat exchangers, Process Principles, Process Specification Sheets
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Shell and Tube Exchanger Data Sheet – Excel Sheet and PDF Form

Shell and Tube Exchanger Data Sheet - Excel and PDF From

Process specification sheet for the design of a shell and tube heat exchanger unit (created Aug. 2013). Both the Excel file and PDF form can be edited to accommodate most designs. Suitable for process, mechanical or chemical engineering.

The design sheet includes:

1. Plant, item and location details
2. Performance and general design details
3. Operating conditions
4. Process fluid properties
5. Construction details

A good run down on exchanger design can be found in Rules of Thumb for Chemical Engineers 3rd Edition, 2002 and Perry’s Chemical Engineers Handbook McGraw-Hill 8th Edition, 2008.

If there is anything I have forgotten or you have found some improvements that could be made, feel free to let me know in the comments section.

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Shell and Tube Exchanger Data Sheet (Process Specification Sheet) – Form

Shell and Tube Exchanger Data Sheet (Process Specification Sheet) – Excel Sheet


Branan, Carl. 2002. Rules of Thumb for Chemical Engineers 3RD. USA: Elsevier.
Younger, A. H., “How to Size Future Process Vessels,” Chemical Engineering, May 1955.
Siebert, Oliver W. 2008. Perry’s Chemical Engineers Handbook 8th ED. USA: McGraw-Hill .

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  1. Sharma says:

    Your blog is informative for young engineers like me. I think you could provide some insight on reviewing a heat exchanger cooling curve that is seen in a heat exchanger data sheet.

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