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2 Condenser | August 2009 | A Publication of the International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration
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This Tech Sheet was developed by the members of the Heat Exchange Institute’s (HEI) Condenser Section. HEI is a trade association comprising the
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©American Standard Inc. 2001 ACDS-PRC001-EN Introduction Air-Cooled Condensers Built for Every Need Trane has the right condenser If you are designing a new
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Tip 83 – ESP Multistage Column Condenser Types Overview There are 8 condenser types from which the user may select when defining a condenser for an ESP multistage
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Sat. steam 64 kmol/hr T i = 374 K P i = 1 atm Ethylene Glycol T o = 365 K Condensed steam T o = T sat Condenser Design on Aspen-Plus Software (Heat Exchanger design
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condenser system sizing and costing procedures to the control of a vent stream consisting of acetone, air, and a negligible amount of moisture.
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innovati n Geothermal resources—the steam and water that lie below the earth’s surface—have the potential to supply vast amounts of clean energy.
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condenser, or the exhaust air leaving the main condenser. By staging the condenser temperatures, most water vapor can be collected separately. 10
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Condenser operates with a small terminal temperature difference (11 to 13°F) and maintains high vacuums in spite of heavy fluctuations in water temperature
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condenser to prevent turbine damage • Prevents destructive tube vibration by optimizing full-size tube support plates • Prevents tube joint leakage and
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Condenser shall consist of condenser coil(s), housing, propeller fan(s) direct-driven by individual fan motor(s), electrical controls and mounting legs.
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Understanding Process Vacuum Condensers Process vacuum condensers are an integral part of a vacuum system So often, a process vacuum condenser is considered stand
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condenser is large enough to allow the system to balance out with a saturated condensing temperature of 85°F on the design day. The compressor/condenser power
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Condenser Tube Life-Cycle Economics There are literally miles and miles of tubing in every power plant that will operate very reliably for many years.
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condenser tube condition assessment using eddy current technology. shawn gowatski. testex, inc. 535 old frankstown road. pittsburgh, pa 15239. phone:412-798-8990/fax
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Fig. 1: Drawing of the Siemens condenser with a cutaway showing the tube bundle design. Fig. 2: Tubing of the new Farge condenser at the Siemens manufacturing plant.
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International Journal of Refrigeration, Vol. 24, No. 7, pp. 676-691, (2001). Evaporative Condenser Control in Industrial Refrigeration Systems
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Condenser Face Area m2 0.97 1.9 1.67 1.9 2.3 48 Condenser Air Flow m3/s 1.415 2.88 2.88 3.05 3.05 129 Condenser Heat per Area kW/m2 21.4 12.8 17.6 17.0
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PLATE-FIN-AND-TUBE CONDENSER PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN FOR REFRIGERANT R-410A AIR-CONDITIONER A Thesis Presented to The Academic Faculty By Monifa Fela Wright
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The Patented AAON Evaporative-Cooled Condenser In the evaporative-cooled condensing process, water is sprayed over the condenser coil as the condenser fans draw air
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11 Development of High Efficiency Air Conditioner Condenser Fans Danny S. Parker and John R. Sherwin Bart Hibbs Florida Solar Energy Center AeroVironment, Inc.
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entering condenser wet bulb temperature, EC technologies utilized the DOE-2.2 evaporative pre-cooler model to allow characterization of performance relative to outdoor
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1 Modular Steam Condenser Replacements Using Corrosion Resistant High Performance Stainless Steel Tubing John M. Burns, P.E. Burns Engineering Services, Inc.
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condenser is here exposed to the ambient air (to try to achieve balanced steam pressures at the outlet of the vent condenser), rather than being protected from the
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condenser, sealing steam may be applied to the turbine glands. Condenser vacuum can then be drawn using condenser air removal equipment. 10.
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CGS Main Condenser White Paper Revision 1, June 2006 Page 1 of 22 Columbia Generating Station Main Condenser By W. Scott Oxenford, VP Technical Services
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zImproved rifled-tube air-cooled condenser design allows for larger capacity compressors on some bases zSteel support clamp for condenser connection
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PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETO OPERATION D-400 SERIES The two questions most commonly asked about a magneto are first, exactly what does it do in the engine, and second,
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Removable top grille provides access to the condenser fan motor and condenser coil.
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Condenser F Reserved NOT ALL POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS OF MODELS, CONTROLS AND VOLTAGES ARE AVAILABLE. * Single-phase voltage is only voltage available as standard
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condenser back pressure –Expected condenser back pressure plotted against percent design air flow for various values of ambient air temperature. Cleaning Techniques
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Condenser Performance Optimization and Life Extension - A Case Study - In 2007 Intek was presented with performance enhancement requirements imposed on an existing
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Troubleshooting Surface Condenser Venting Systems J.R. LINES, R.E. ATHEY AND L.L. FRENS GRAHAM MANUFACTURING COMPANY ABSTRACT In an ideal situation, the condensing
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• Condenser tube bundles are constructed of corrosion-resistant copper tubes, stainless steel casing, and polymer tube sheets.
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CONDENSERS - Hard Lines / Remote Mount Not recommended as a primary condenser - Ask your dealer about specific applications and recommendations.
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The condenser is designed with 43 fins (38.1 × 82.5 mm), made of Aluminum 3003-H 14. The fins are pushed onto the condenser tube and attached using epoxy.
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The resulting condenser will operate at nearly zero real power, but can produce or consume reactive power com-mensurate with the generator’s capability curve.
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condenser, reducing the heat transfer surface area • During very cold weather, the condenser will be almost completely filled with liquid refrigerant
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WHITE PAPER CONCO SYSTEMS, INC. • 530 Jones Street • Verona, PA 15147 USA • 1-800-345-3476 Return on Investment Analysis: The Economics of Regular
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The Flooded Condenser using a Headmaster Figure 1. Single Valve Flooded System Under low ambient conditions the condenser surface is reduced by flooding the
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Reduced Condenser-Water Flow Rate: Energy-Saving Miracle or Mirage? The conventional design of air-conditioning plants using large-tonnage chillers calls for a
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OPTIMIZATION OF PLATE-FIN-AND-TUBE CONDENSER PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN FOR REFRIGERANT R-410A AIR-CONDITIONER A Thesis Presented to The Academic Faculty
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condenser sump) was 73.8 °F, or about 8 °F higher than the corresponding wet bulb temperature. Monitoring indicated steady-state EERs averaging 14.1, or a full 10%
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ent condenser reduces exhaust tem atures. - le emissions. ature indicator from extreme-ation. ent s e designed to handle maximum steam-w rates. This occurs apors
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condenser region behind the grille but can occur outside the condenser region in front of the refrigerator. The fInal set of inlet temperatures used were the
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HVAC Systems Condenser Water Heat Recovery System Description Water-cooled chillers reject a significant amount of heat through cooling towers. All of the building
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These dollar figures are computed on the pages that follow for a typical utility power generating unit. The same calculations can be applied to actual