BPHE

AcronymDefinition
BPHEBachelor of Physical and Health Education
BPHEBrazed Plate Heat Exchanger
BPHEBaseline Public Health Evaluation
BPHEBorsig Process Heat Exchanger (Berlin, Germany)
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Inside a BPHE, alternating plates are stacked together to form a network of contact points.
Summary of the Brazed-Plate Heat Exchangers (BPHEs) for this Fouling Study BPHE A1 BPHE A2 Dimensions, L * W 13.3 * 5.1 13.3 * 5.1 (in.
Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) were used to read the water and refrigerant inlet and outlet temperatures while the refrigerant saturation temperature was obtained from the refrigerant pressure, for which the transducer was installed at the inlet of the BPHE. A data logger from National Instruments and Labview Real Time data acquisition system was used to record and store the data.
The [(UA).sub.c, corrected]is the corrected value for the clean [(UA).sub.c] factor of the BPHE and it was obtained from double linear interpolation of the [(UA).sub.c] coefficients recorded during the calibration phase of the fouling test.
These two loops shared the test BPHE, which acted as refrigerant condenser.
The refrigerant is first evaporated in the top heat exchanger and then superheated before entering the test BPHE. The pressure is taken at the inlet of the test BPHE while temperature sensors are installed before and after the test BPHE.
Then the water was circulated in the test BPHE and in the cooling tower installed in series in the experimental apparatus.
Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) were used to read the water and refrigerant inlet and outlet temperatures, while the refrigerant saturation temperature was obtained from the refrigerant pressure, for which the transducer was installed at the inlet of the BPHE. A data logger from National Instruments and Labview Real Time data acquisition system were used to record and store the data.
Graphical descriptions of various BPHE dimensions are expressed in Figure 3.
A common analysis method of single-phase heat transfer in BPHE is the modified Wilson plot technique.
The heat transfer coefficients for the hot and cold sides of the BPHE are thus obtained by:
SWEP BPHEs offer the most efficient recovery of heat across a range of industrial applications, including co-gen and gen-set, chillers, organic Rankine cycle (ORC), the process industry, and air compressors.