Condensers and Heat Exchangers References - CopperCopper Nickel Condenser and Heat Exchanger Systems, Kirk, W. and Tuthill, A, Technical Report 7044-1919, 1992, CDA Inc Seminar The Application of Copper-Nickel Alloys in Marine Systems. The Effect of Decaying Marine Organisms on the Corrosion of Copper Nickel Alloys in Sea Water, Lenard, D. R., 7-11 Apr. 2002, Corrosion/2002, Denver, CO, NACE
Water Heat Exchangers McMaster-CarrAlso known as shell and tube heat exchangers, they transfer heat using liquid or steam that flows through the shell to heat or cool liquid in the tubes. Btu/hr. cooling capacity is based on cooling 180° F process water with 85° F water and a 10 psi pressure difference. Shell and tubes are 316 stainless steel for excellent corrosion resistance.
Heat Exchangers and Condensers - Copper90-10 and 70-30 Cu-Nis are widely used in tubular heat exchangers and condensers for seawater, brackish water and fresh water. Considerations for High Performance Power generation at the TVA Colbert facility. High performance is expected when tube quality and design, fabrication and operation are in accordance with engineering standards.
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