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# Cost Estimation Of A Heat Exchanger

Group Members Chinthaka Perera Chris Peng Sandy Lee Terry Peters
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Outline
Introduction and Problem Definition Designs of Heat Exchangers Base Cost Estimation Complete Cost Estimation Conclusions & Recommendation Questions
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Problem Definition

Heat cold water from 15 oC to 85 oC using the minimum resources Area Limited to 50 square meters Minimize the cost of operation and maintenance of the machine
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## Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger

Efficiency: 48%
Power: 7.317x10 5 Watts Length of Pass: 4.7 meters, Life Cycle 5 yr.
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## Counter Flow Heat Exchanger

Efficiency: 48% Power: 7.317 x 105 Watts Length 129.55 meters, 8 revolutions, Life Cycle: 5yr.
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## Cross Flow Heat Exchanger

Efficiency: 61%
Power:2.92 x 105 Watts Area: 28.4 square meters, Tubes: 7898, Life Cycle 25 yr.
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Summary of Designs
Power (Watts) 7.137 E5 Life Cycle 5 yrs 5 yrs 25 yrs Efficiency 48 % 48 % 61 %

## + Cost Of Installation of Heat Exchanger

Conversion of Base Cost to Annual Worth using MARR = 10%

## Base Cost Estimation Of Heat Exchanger Designs

Using Annual Worth and assuming repeatability AWShell and Tube = - \$ 14400 AWCounter flow = - \$ 63400 AWCross flow = - \$2200

## Best Alternative for Heat Exchanger is Cross Flow Heat Exchanger

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## Complete Cost = Base Cost + Operation and Maintenance

Conversion of Complete Cost to Annual Worth using MARR = 10% AWHeat Exchanger = (Base Cost) x (A/P,10%,Life Cycle) + (O & M) x (A/P,10%,Life Cycle)

## Base Cost of Cross Flow Heat Exchanger - \$ 2200

Operation and Maintenance Cost + Cost of Gas - \$ 2300

## Total Cost Over Life Cycle - \$ 4500

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## Conclusions & Recommendation

Cross Flow Heat Exchanger is the most effective for the purpose Cross Flow Heat Exchanger is the most Cost Effective
Aside: The Shell & Tube and Counter flow reused waste to heat water.

## Recommendation : Cross Flow Heat Exchanger

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Questions ??

Design of Heat Exchanger?? Base Cost Estimating Technique?? Complete Cost Estimation?? Choice of Heat exchanger ??