A miniature shell-and-tube heat exchanger is designed to cool engine oil in an engine with the engine coolant (50% ethylene glycol). The engine oil at a flow rate of 0.23 kg/s enters the exchanger at 120°C and leaves at 115°C. The 50% ethylene glycol at a rate of
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AFTERMARKET SHELL & TUBE OIL COOLERSCODE 31 FIXED BUNDLE SHELL & TUBE OIL COOLERS For Allison Transmissions Allison WT 7-ba Models Typical Engine Rated HP Rated Oil Flow GPM Min Flow Coolant GPM Cooler PN 3-1178A 1-pass Btu/min Cooler PN 3-1249T 1-pass Btu/min Cooler PN 3-1259B 1-pass Btu/min Cooler PN 3-1270A 2-pass Btu/min Cooler PN 3-1279B 5-baes 1-pass Btu/min Cooler PN 3
Shell and tube heat exchanger - Oil and Gas Production The shell and tube heat exchanger shown in the diagram above is a 'single-pass' heat exchanger. Here the tube-side fluid makes one pass through the exchanger from one end to the other. Many tubes and shell exchangers, however, have the tube-side fluid travelling back and forth through the exchanger on its way from the inlet to the outlet.
Every shell and tube heat exchanger carries a flow of cooling water through its central tube core. But depending on its design, the water may flow through the unit once, twice or three times, which is done to get the optimum cooling performance for the available volume of cooling water.
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