Here is the listing of Best reference books on Design of Heat-Exchange Equipment.
|1. “Heat Exchangers – Thermal Hydraulic Fundamentals and Design” by S. Kokac
Book Review: This book focuses on the selection, design, rating and operational challenges of different types of heat exchangers. This book covers different types of heat exchangers that also include condensers and evaporators. The book also classifies different types of heat exchangers and illustrates many methods for sizing and rating. The book also includes two phase flow heat transfer correlations for thermal design and also covers topics like pressure drop and pumping power analysis. The book also contains a chapter on fouling problem. The book also provides information on thermo physical properties of fluids and contains many examples to illustrate the methods and procedures.
|2. “Extended Surface Heat Transfer” by D.Q. Kern and A.D. Kraus
Book Review: This book focuses on theory, design and analysis of a series of surface types. The book also covers compact heat exchangers, periodic heat flow, boiling off finned surfaces and many other important topics. The book covers all aspects of extended surface technology that includes basics of extended surface analysis, Murray Gardner assumptions, single fins analysis and finned array optimization. The book also contains chapters on finned passages, heat exchanges for different configurations, radiation effects, optimum designs and many more.
|3. “Compact Heat Exchangers” by W.M. Kays and A.C. London|
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