November 16 - 20, 2020
November 09, 2020
This course consists of three live online, instructor-led sessions, each from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM CST.
Session I: Monday, November 16, 2020
Session II: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Session III: Friday, November 20, 2020
Registrants will receive an email containing instructions on how to access the sessions. The email will be distributed at least (2) business days prior to the first scheduled session.
This workshop is devoted to the shell-and-tube exchanger geometries handled only by Xist. In the sessions, we focus on the extensive options available in Xist and how you can use these methods effectively to solve several example problems. You will leave the class knowing how to take full advantage of the features this robust tool offers.
- Overview of Xist capabilities and applications
- Geometry input for shell-and-tube heat exchangers
- Process specifications for rating, simulation, and design
- Guidelines for specifying fluid properties
- Introduction to vibration analysis
Designers of shell-and-tube heat exchangers and process engineers who evaluate their performance
Course Fee: US$450
Senior Engineer, Software Development, graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA, and then earned his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. While at Vanderbilt, he worked as a lab instructor and lecturer in the summer Pre-Engineering Program. His fields of specialization include large-scale scientific computation and molecular dynamics simulation. Redmill joined HTRI after working as a Software Developer on ProMax® at Bryan Research & Engineering, Bryan, Texas, USA. At HTRI, he has worked on updating the Xchanger Suite 7 online help and on maintaining Xist and Xace calculation engines. Redmill is currently evaluating heat transfer and pressure drop correlations for the next version of Xchanger Suite.
Lead Test Engineer, Research & Technology Center, graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA. He worked for over ten years as a Plant Engineer at NRG Energy, Inc., where he conducted testing on different plant equipment and process systems, and modeled physical systems to determine points of efficiency and predict process scenarios. At HTRI, Bishop performs experimental tests for multiple areas of research, as well as maintenance of data acquisition and calibration equipment.