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Learning Units (Hours)
Christopher Haslego, B.S. ChE
Basics of Industrial Heat Transfer is designed to introduce the basics of heat transfer as the subject relates to industrial equipment commonly used in the chemical processing industry. Students will learn how to properly define a given heat transfer problem, specify a new heat exchanger, and discover how the available technologies differ from one another (shell and tube versus other types of exchangers). Students will also be able to download an MS Excel file containing a specification sheet for use in specifying an industrial heat exchanger.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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