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5.1.2.1. .

Floating Head with Backing Device

One Pass Shell 5.1.2.2. Two Pass Shell with Longitudinal Baffle 5.1.2.3. Split Flow 35.1.3.1. Fixed Tube type A Stationary Head 5.1.3.2. Fixed Tube type B Stationary Head 5.1.3.3. Fixed Tube type N Stationary Head 5.1.3.4. Guided Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.5. Out side Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.6. Floating Head with Backing Device

. Rear End Head Type 5.1.3.1. Fixed Tube type A Stationary Head 5.1.3.2. Fixed Tube type B Stationary Head 5.1.3.3. Fixed Tube type N Stationary Head 5.1.3.4. Guided Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.5. Out side Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.6. Floating Head with Backing Device 5.1.3.7. Pull-Through Floating Head 5.1.3.8. U Tube Bundle 5.1.3.9. Externally Sealed Floating Head

5.1.2. Shell Types 5.1.2.1. One Pass Shell 5.1.2.2. Two Pass Shell with Longitudinal Baffle 5.1.2.3. Split Flow 5.1.2.4. Double Split Flow 5.1.2.5. Divided Flow 5.1.2.6. Kettle type Re-boiler 5.1.2.7. Cross Flow 5.1.3. Rear End Head Type 5.1.3.1. Fixed Tube type A Stationary Head 5.1.3.2. Fixed Tube type B Stationary Head 5.1.3.3. Fixed Tube type N Stationary Head 5.1.3.4. Guided Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.5. Out side Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.6. Floating Head with Backing Device 5.1.3.7. Pull-Through Floating Head 5.1.3.8. U Tube Bundle 5.1.3.9. Externally Sealed Floating Head

5.1.3. Rear End Head Type 5.1.3.1. Fixed Tube type A Stationary Head 5.1.3.2. Fixed Tube type B Stationary Head 5.1.3.3. Fixed Tube type N Stationary Head 5.1.3.4. Guided Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.5. Out side Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.6. Floating Head with Backing Device 5.1.3.7. Pull-Through Floating Head 5.1.3.8. U Tube Bundle 5.1.3.9. Externally Sealed Floating Head 5.2. Skills Test 6. Glossary of Technical Terms

7. Conventional and Interactive Skill Tests with evaluation

2.6.6. Longitudinal Baffles 3. Air Cooled Exchangers 3.1.Operation Flow Path across the exchanger 3.2.Exploded views 3.3.Maintenance details 4. Plate and Frame Exchangers 4.1.Operation Flow Path across the exchanger 4.2.Exploded views 5. TEMA UNDERSTANDING 5.1. Selection and Game on TEMA types 5.1.1. Front End Stationary Head Type 5.1.1.1. Channel and Removable Cover 5.1.1.2. Bonnet (Integral Cover) 5.1.1.3. Channel integral with Tube-Sheet and Removable Cover 5.1.1.4. Channel integral with Shell and Removable Cover 5.1.1.5. Special High Pressure Closure 5.1.2. Shell Types 5.1.2.1. One Pass Shell 5.1.2.2. Two Pass Shell with Longitudinal Baffle 5.1.2.3. Split Flow 5.1.2.4. Double Split Flow 5.1.2.5. Divided Flow 5.1.2.6. Kettle type Re-boiler 5.1.2.7. Cross Flow 5.1.3. Rear End Head Type 5.1.3.1. Fixed Tube type A Stationary Head 5.1.3.2. Fixed Tube type B Stationary Head 5.1.3.3. Fixed Tube type N Stationary Head 5.1.3.4. Guided Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.5. Out side Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.6. Floating Head with Backing Device 5.1.3.7. Pull-Through Floating Head 5.1.3.8. U Tube Bundle 5.1.3.9. Externally Sealed Floating Head 5.2. Skills Test 6. Glossary of Technical Terms 7. Conventional and Interactive Skill Tests with evaluation

Course Table of Contents


1. Different Types of Heat Exchangers 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger 1.3. Air Cooled Heat Exchanger 1.4. Spiral Plate Heat Exchanger 1.5. Plate and Frame Heat Exchanger

1.6. Plate and Fin Heat Exchanger 1.7. Evaporative Cooled Heat Exchanger 1.8. Spiral Tube Heat Exchanger 1.9. Double Pipe Heat Exchanger 1.10. Bayonet Heat Exchanger 1.11. Patterned Plate Heat Exchanger 1.12. Mechanically aided (Scraped Surface Exchanger & Thin Film Exchanger) 1.13. Jacketed Vessels 1.14. Fired Heaters 1.15. Regenerative Heat Exchanger 2. Detailed Description of Popular Shell and Tube Exchangers Exchangers of TEMA Class AES/BKU/ AEP/ AJW / AKT or U Tube Heat Exchangers (Kettle type Reboiler). 2.1. Principle of operation of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers 2.1.1. Fixed-Tube-Sheet Heat Exchanger (BEM) 2.1.2. U Tube Heat Exchanger (CFU) 2.1.3. Packed-Lantern-Ring Heat Exchanger (AJW) 2.1.4. Outside Packed Floating Head Exchanger (AEP) 2.1.5. Internal Floating Head Exchanger (AES) 2.1.6. Kettle type - Pull-Through Floating Head Exchanger (Reboiler / AKT) 2.2. Construction 2.2.1. Exploded views of Fixed-Tube-Sheet Heat Exchanger 2.2.2. Exploded views of U Tube Heat Exchanger 2.2.3. Exploded views of Packed-Lantern-Ring Heat Exchanger 2.2.4. Exploded views of Outside Packed Floating Head Exchanger 2.2.5. Exploded views of Internal Floating Head Exchanger 2.2.6. Exploded views of Pull-Through Floating Head Exchanger 2.3. Hydraulic Pressure Testing and related Maintenance details 2.3.1. Fixed-Tube-Sheet Heat Exchanger 2.3.2. U Tube Heat Exchanger 2.3.3. Packed-Lantern-Ring Heat Exchanger 2.3.4. Outside Packed Floating Head Exchanger 2.3.5. Internal Floating Head Exchanger 2.3.6. Pull-Through Floating Head 2.4. Tube-Side construction 2.4.1. Tube-Side Header 2.4.2. Bonnet 2.4.3. Channel 2.4.4. High Pressure Closures 2.4.5. Tube-Side Passes 2.4.6. Integrally Finned Tubes 2.4.7. Tube Layout 2.4.8. Tube Sheet 2.4.9. Rolled Tube Joints 2.4.10. Welded Tube Joints 2.4.11. Tubes and Tolerances 2.5. Shell-Side Construction 2.5.1. Shell Sizes 2.5.2. Shell Side Arrangements 2.6. Baffles and Tube Bundles 2.6.1. Segmental Baffles 2.6.2. Tie Rods and Spacers 2.6.3. Impingement Baffles 2.6.4. Vapor Distribution 2.6.5. Tube-Bundle Bypassing 2.6.6. Longitudinal Baffles 3. Air Cooled Exchangers 3.1.Operation Flow Path across the exchanger 3.2.Exploded views 3.3.Maintenance details 4. Plate and Frame Exchangers

4.1.Operation Flow Path across the exchanger 4.2.Exploded views 5. TEMA UNDERSTANDING 5.1. Selection and Game on TEMA types 5.1.1. Front End Stationary Head Type 5.1.1.1. Channel and Removable Cover 5.1.1.2. Bonnet (Integral Cover) 5.1.1.3. Channel integral with Tube-Sheet and Removable Cover 5.1.1.4. Channel integral with Shell and Removable Cover 5.1.1.5. Special High Pressure Closure 5.1.2. Shell Types 5.1.2.1. One Pass Shell 5.1.2.2. Two Pass Shell with Longitudinal Baffle 5.1.2.3. Split Flow 5.1.2.4. Double Split Flow 5.1.2.5. Divided Flow 5.1.2.6. Kettle type Re-boiler 5.1.2.7. Cross Flow 5.1.3. Rear End Head Type 5.1.3.1. Fixed Tube type A Stationary Head 5.1.3.2. Fixed Tube type B Stationary Head 5.1.3.3. Fixed Tube type N Stationary Head 5.1.3.4. Guided Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.5. Out side Packed Floating Head 5.1.3.6. Floating Head with Backing Device 5.1.3.7. Pull-Through Floating Head 5.1.3.8. U Tube Bundle 5.1.3.9. Externally Sealed Floating Head 5.2. Skills Test 6. Glossary of Technical Terms 7. Conventional and Interactive Skill Tests with evaluation