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Heat Exchanger – Pressure Vessel Engineering

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We would like to thank H&C Heat Transfer Solutions for
We would like to thank H&C Heat Transfer Solutions for
We would like to thank H&C Heat Transfer Solutions for

We would like to thank H&C Heat Transfer Solutions for helping with this heat exchanger design. PVEng does not provide heat transfer calculations for heat exchanger designs. We have been working with Kam Hau, P. Eng. at H&C for several years and are very impressed with the expert help and deep knowledge

provided. www.hcheattransfer.com

help and deep knowledge provided. www.hcheattransfer.com This exchanger has been designed in accordance with Part UHX

This exchanger has been designed in accordance with Part UHX of ASME Section VIII Division I. ASME requires analysis of seven separate load cases on fixed tubesheet exchangers. The cases are made up using all combinations of tube side and shell side design pressures and loadings due to thermal expansion.

ASME UHX design is mandatory and replaces the previously used TEMA rules. As can be seen from the calculation set linked below, the UHX calculations are much more complicated and require more information from the designer. Changes in required tubesheet thickness (often thicker vs TEMA) have

Heat Exchanger – Pressure Vessel Engineering

been noted by designers.

– Pressure Vessel Engineering been noted by designers.

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These ASME code calculations with the UHX tubesheet calculations were run in Intergraph PV Elite software. We use PV Elite or Compress to design heat exchangers. The PV Elite Report is attached below.

heat exchangers. The PV Elite Report is attached below. The drawing is created in SolidWorks. We

The drawing is created in SolidWorks. We use SolidWorks to create heat exchanger drawings unless a 2D drawing in AutoCAD is required. The drawing provides all required information to order material and fabricate without referring to the calculation set – a standard in pressure vessel drawings. Solid modelling is a very useful tool in the design of heat exchangers where many components must fit accurately.

heat exchangers where many components must fit accurately. H&C Heat Transfer Report SolidWorks Drawing PV Elite

H&C Heat Transfer Reportheat exchangers where many components must fit accurately. SolidWorks Drawing PV Elite Calculation Set We work

SolidWorks Drawingcomponents must fit accurately. H&C Heat Transfer Report PV Elite Calculation Set We work to many

PV Elite Calculation Setaccurately. H&C Heat Transfer Report SolidWorks Drawing We work to many ASME standards to design and

Transfer Report SolidWorks Drawing PV Elite Calculation Set We work to many ASME standards to design

We work to many ASME standards to design and validate pressure vessels, boiler, fittings and piping systems. We have experience designing thousands of vessels and fittings to multiple codes.

Pressure vessel design to ASME VIII-1 and VIII-2thousands of vessels and fittings to multiple codes. Hot water heaters and boilers to ASME I

Hot water heaters and boilers to ASME I and IVcodes. Pressure vessel design to ASME VIII-1 and VIII-2 Piping to B31.1, B31.3, B31.5 and others

Piping to B31.1, B31.3, B31.5 and othersand VIII-2 Hot water heaters and boilers to ASME I and IV Burst testing to multiple

Burst testing to multiple codesto ASME I and IV Piping to B31.1, B31.3, B31.5 and others We use Compress, PV

We use Compress, PV Elite, Design Calcs, Nozzle Pro and our own in-house software.

Design Calcs, Nozzle Pro and our own in-house software. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) – We use

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) We use FEA to design and validate fittings and vessels that cannot be designed by rule-based codes like VIII-1 or B31.3.

Pipe Stress Analysis Pipe stress analysis is mandatory for British Columbia registration and it is recommended practice for many other systems.

Canadian Registration Number (CRN) We are Canada’s largest independent registrar of fittings, vessels and piping under the CRN program registering for more than a thousand customers.

CRN program registering for more than a thousand customers. Pressure Vessel Engineering has twenty years of

Pressure Vessel Engineering has twenty years of successful experience in the pressure vessel field working for more than a thousand customers.

Six Professional Engineers on staff licensed to stamp and sign off on designs for use in all Canadian jurisdictions.vessel field working for more than a thousand customers. Fast and professional assistance from our team.

Fast and professional assistance from our team.on staff licensed to stamp and sign off on designs for use in all Canadian jurisdictions.

Heat Exchanger – Pressure Vessel Engineering

Need help? Our contact information is to the right.

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Pressure Vessel Engineering Ltd. 120 Randall Drive, Suite B Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2V 1C6

519-880-9808