Monthly Archives: January 2011

Heat Exchanger Fluid Allocation: Shellside or Tubeside?

It’s the first question to hit you with every shell-and-tube heat exchanger. It comes up when you are designing a heat exchanger, or just trying to draw one into a process sketch, process flow diagram, or piping and instrumentation diagram. … Continue reading

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Don’t lose your access to Cheresources.com

If you took somebody's advice and subscribed to Cheresources.com you had better read THIS article on keeping yourself on the mailing list.  They are moving to a new website platform and seem to be trying to draw more people to … Continue reading

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Unit operations that cannot be simulated

Refinery Process Modeling by Gerald Kaes is a great book on using commercial process simulation packages to model refineries and related processes. But Kaes admits that 5 unit operations cannot be adequately simulated by typical commercial simulation software. I thought … Continue reading

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