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Effects of fouling and corrosion on heat transfer in heat rejection systems

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

Effects of fouling and corrosion on heat transfer in heat rejection systems

presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Boston, Massachusetts, December 13-18, 1987

by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

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Published by ASME in New York, N.Y. (345 E. 47th St., New York 10017) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat exchangers -- Fouling -- Congresses.,
  • Heat exchangers -- Corrosion -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementsponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by Y. Mussalli.
    SeriesHTD ;, vol. 86, HTD (Series) ;, v. 86.
    ContributionsMussalli, Y. G. 1939-, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ263 .A44 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 62 p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2414523M
    LC Control Number87073117

    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 and that. used for heat rejection. The heat that is absorbed by the water is transferred out through a heat exchanger to another water loop or air. Closed loop heating systems have heat added to the loop, and the heat is then removed from the water by a heat exchanger into another water loop or into Size: KB. We have a special interest in cooling tower water and our experience shows that fouling caused by cooling tower water is in a (semi) linear form, which means it will continue to grow over time with progressing loss of heat exchange capacity (e.g. electric energy in chiller) and increasing pressure loss over the system pumps.   Fouling refers to any change in the solid boundary separating two heat transfer fluids, whether by dirt accumulation or other means, which results in a decrease in the rate of heat transfer occurring across that boundary. Fouling may be classified by mechanism into six basic categories: 1. Corrosion fouling.

    @article{osti_, title = {Application of a stepwise method for analyzing fouling in shell-and-tube exchangers}, author = {Prieto, M.M. and Miranda, J. and Sigales, B.}, abstractNote = {This article presents the results of the application of a quite simple method for analyzing shell-side fouling in shell-and-tube exchangers, capable of taking into account the formation or irregular.


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Effects of fouling and corrosion on heat transfer in heat rejection systems by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fouling and its Effect on Exchanger Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop. Phenomenological Considerations of Fouling. Fouling Resistance Design Approach. Prevention and Mitigation of Fouling. Corrosion in Heat Exchangers. Effects of fouling and corrosion on heat transfer in heat rejection systems: presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Boston, Massachusetts, December 13.

The Effect of Fouling on Heat Transfer, Pressure Drop, and Throughput in Refinery Preheat Trains: Optimization of Cleaning Schedules Article in Heat Transfer Engineering 30() THE EFFECT OF FOULING ON HEAT TRANSFER, PRESSURE DROP AND THROUGHPUT IN REFINERY PREHEAT TRAINS: OPTIMISATION OF CLEANING SCHEDULES E.

Ishiyama, W. Paterson, D. Wilson Department of Chemical Engineering, Pembroke Street, Cambridge CB2 3RA, UK E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT Optimising cleaning schedules for refinery preheat.

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: EFFECT OF SURFACE TEMPERATURE ON THE FOULING OF HEAT TRANSFER SURFACES Mostafa M.

Awad, I. Abd El-Wahab and H. Gad Mechanical Power Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University, Egypt ABSTRACT The aim of the present work is to study the effect of surface temperature on the fouling Size: KB. liquid bearing systems, thereby interfering with its function.

In this study, thermal circuit was developed, mathematical model formulated and subsequently used in the simulation of the effect of fouling on heat transfer surfaces in boilers. The investigation involved five different fouling.

The heat-transfer in a heat exchanger is reduced by fouling. During operation with liquids and gases a dirt film may build up on the heat exchanger surfaces.

The deposit film is referred to as fouling. Increased thermal resistance caused by the deposit can. The interaction between fouling and boiling is then considered for precipitation fouling, corrosion fouling, particulate fouling and chemical reaction fouling. The complexity of the topic and the difficulties of satisfactorily predicting the fouling performance of heat transfer Author: Euan F.C.

Somerscales. Effect of the flow fluid type on the fouling To show the effect of the flow fluid type on the fouling resistance, Chenoweth [7} collected data from over shell and-tube heat exchangers.

EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF PARTICULATE FOULING ON HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT TRANSFER AND AIR SIDE PRESSURE DROP FOR A HYBRID DRY COOLER I.H.

Bell1, E.A. Groll2 and H. König3 and T. Odrich3 1 Purdue University, S. Martin Jischke Drive, West Lafayette, IN USA and [email protected] Effect of fouling on pressure drop. In heat exchangers pressure loss is considered more critical than loss in heat transfer due to fouling.

Fouling results in a finite layer. Flow field, pressure drop are affected by the change in geometry of the flow by: This is only 1 part of the overall heat transfer coefficient. You have the air side resistance and any fouling coefficients that could be built into this program, these tend to off-set the effect of a change in the inside heat transfer coefficient.

Given the change you are seeing, the air side isn't as controlling as much as I thought it might be. Fouling in heat exchangers is the unwanted buildup of material on the heat exchange surface which reduces thermal efficiency.

The crude preheat train usually consists of a set of heat exchangers which tend to become : Elisabeth Rammerstorfer, Thomas Karner, Matthäus Siebenhofer. Unfavorable phenomena that were mentioned above are intensified by the presence of fouling (e.g.

boiler scale) on the inner surface of the heat exchanger tube. Limescale deposition usually results in degraded heat transfer and can lead to a significant reduction in the flow cross-sectional Cited by: Unlike other fouling mechanisms, in corrosion fouling the heat transfer surface itself degenerates to form a layer of lower thermal conductivity than the original metal.

The resistance of many metals and alloys to corrosion is due to the presence of a thin layer of oxide on the surface that restricts the flow of electrons and ions usually necessary for corrosion to occur.

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 effects on boiler 1. 1) Padhiar Rushabh D. 2) Naik Harsh K. 3) Maharshi Soni H. 4) Mihir Dalwadi D. HEAT TRANSFER PREPARED BY. TOPIC. EFFECT OF FOULING ON HEAT EXCHANGER SUBMITTED TO: EK PANDEY 2. EFFECT OF FOULING ON HEAT EXCHANGER 3.

efficiency of a heat exchanger [6]. The effect of fouling on heat transfer, pressure drop, and throughput in refinery preheat trains has been studied [7]. The study emphasized the interaction between thermal and hydraulic effects using engineering analysis and fouling rate laws based on the “threshold fouling” concept.

Using models linking flowFile Size: KB. Fouling has a significant impact on heat transfer across the heat exchanger surface, and therefore on the overall operational performance and the economics of the process.

The buildup of fouling also reduces the cross-sectional area of the tubes or flow channels and increases the resistance of the fluid passing over the surface. This paper provides a review on the fouling mechanism and its effect onto the performance of finned tube heat exchangers in HVAC systems.

Fouling tends to degrade the performance of heat exchangers by decreasing the heat transfer coefficient and increasing the air-side pressure drop across the heat exchangers. Air side fouling depends onCited by: 3. According to corrosion must be taken into account in the design of heat exchangers in order to generate more information on the thermal resistance associated with fouling by corrosion.

Figure 4. Oxides of corrosion in the tubes of a heat exchanger (H&C Heat Transfer Solutions Inc. ).Author: Sergio García, Alfredo Trueba. Effect of Impact Angle on the Erosion–Corrosion Behavior of AISI Stainless Steel in wt.% NaCl Solution J.

Tribol (July, ) Quantification of the Long-Term Performance of Steels T91 and L in Oxygen-Containing Flowing Lead-Bismuth Eutectic at ° CCited by:   To overcome the fouling problem that is common in heat exchangers for waste heat recovery, a new type of fluidized heat exchanger was devised and tested.

Fluidized bed heat exchangers are considered to be a good candidate for waste heat recovery flue gases due to their demonstrated ability to avoid fouling or to clean out deposition on heat transfer surfaces, but have a major Cited by: 3.

Fouling may significantly impact the thermal and mechanical performance of heat exchangers. Fouling is a dynamic phenomenon which changes with time. Fouling increases the overall thermal resistance and lowers the overall heat transfer coefficient of heat exchangers. different temperatures while keeping them from mixing with each other.

Heat transfer in heat exchangers involves convection in each fluid and conduction through the wall separating the two fluids. In order to account for the contribution of all the effects of convection and conduction, an overall heat transfer coefficient, U, i).)File Size: 1MB.

Lecture Notes 5. Fouling of Heat Exchangers ME Heat Exchanger and Steam Generator Design Fouling Accumulation of undesirable deposit on a HEX surface. Fouling occurs in natural systems as well.

Introduction HEX are designed for thermal processes to work within allowable pressure drop limits and for a specified time period. Fouling results in higher thermal resistance and higher pressure.

This study presents the results of an experimental investigation of the effects of Fe 3+ ion in aqueous solution on silica fouling of heat exchanger and assesses the relative effect of Fe 3+, Na +, and K + ions on silica fouling.

Experiments were conducted at –°C, Cited by:   One of the most misunderstood items in the heat exchanger schedule is the fouling factor. This week’s Monday Morning Minutes post explores heat exchanger fouling factors and suggests a couple of rules of thumb to follow.

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Fouling Factors. Engineers are often faced with interoffice scheduling traditions. Corrosion can destroy surface areas of the heat exchangers, creating costly damage.

Fouling will slow down heat transfer and damage equipment unless it. Science. The costs of fouling in heat recovery and transfer equipment is estimated at about $5 billion per year in the United States alone [1]. Fouling is generally defined as the accumulation of unwanted materials on the surfaces of processing equipment.

The two main effects of fouling are production losses and increased maintenance costs. Fouling is the accumulation of unwanted material on solid surfaces. The fouling materials can consist of either living organisms or a non-living substance (inorganic or organic).

The performance of heat exchangers usually deteriorates with time as. 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 described and the costs. This handbook presents the most important technologies concerning the reduction of fouling in heat exchangers and the appropriate technologies of removal and cleaning.

Furthermore, the general and scientific fundamentals of heat transfer are explained. Written by experts from Germany, UK and the USA, this book is a reliable adviser for engineers, managers, technicians and students who want to 4/5(3).

@article{osti_, title = {System for measuring the effect of fouling and corrosion on heat transfer under simulated OTEC conditions. [HTAU and LABTTF codes]}, author = {Fetkovich, J G}, abstractNote = {A complete system designed to measure, with high precision, changes in heat transfer rates due to fouling and corrosion of simulated heat exchanger tubes, at sea and under OTEC.

systems involving solids. The efficiency of the heat transfer process has a direct bearing on the overall process efficiency and particularly energy utilisation. It is well known that the performance of a heat exchanger, is directly affected by the accumulation of unwanted deposits, on the heat transfer surfaces, usually referred to as.

In cooling systems, corrosion causes two basic problems. The first and most obvious is the failure of equipment with the resultant cost of replacement and plant downtime.

The second is decreased plant efficiency due to loss of heat transfer-the result of heat exchanger fouling caused by the accumulation of corrosion products.

the fouling may enhance the heat transfer for a short time in the beginning of fouling due to enhanced rough-ness on the heat transfer surface. It has also been shown that the fouling will grow with increased rate during the fouling period, (7).

Detection of fouling in heat exchangers have been stud-ied extensively and the following list File Size: 2MB. Fig. Variation of lumped fouling resistance over time for the heat exchangers in the network. Fig. Effect of retrofit from 2 to 4 tube-side pass on the position of E05 on the threshold plot.

Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning – 29File Size: 1MB. Fouling Factors. The use of fouling factors is a common method to account for the expected fouling tendency of a process and maximize the runtime between cleaning for shell and tube heat exchangers.

Fouling factors are selected to represents the fouling expected just before cleaning time. particulate fouling of smooth, artificially roughened and corrugated heat transfer surfaces of plate type heat exchangers. Muller-Steinhagen and Middis () studied the effect of particulate fouling on plate heat exchangers.

Muller-Steinhagen and Blochl, () investigated the effect of particulate fouling in annular heat Size: 1MB.thickness of the heat transfer surface and fouling increases the thickness, therefore fouling decreases the heat how FOULING effectd the heat transfer rate.

Answer / lokesh singh. h=k/d, where d is the thickness of wall across which heat Heat transfer: In a triple effect evaporator, the heat transfer for an evaporator is calculated as.Fouling in Heat Exchangers 59 heat flux is high, as in steam generators, fouling can lead to local hot spots resulting ultimately in mechanical failure of the heat transfer surface.

Such effects lead in most cases to production losses and increased maintenance Size: 1MB.