The hot liquid (illustrated in red) enters through one of the connections in the frame plate. The fluid runs through the heat exchanger in two passes and then leaves through one of the connections in the pressure plate. The cold liquid (illustrated in blue) simultaneously enters through one of the connections in the pressure plate and leaves through one the connections in the frame plate. As the fluids pass through the heat exchanger,
Heat Exchangers integrate increased surface areas for the liquid to reject or absorb heat and transport that to the secondary fluid stream. Liquid Heat Exchangers are a critical component to any liquid cooling system and has a large impact in the overall effectiveness of the system. Boyds engineering team use their expertise to select from hundreds of custom and semi-custom Liquid Heat Exchangers which PLATE AND FRAME HEAT EXCHANGERSThe plate heat exchanger can also be used for evaporation of highly viscous fluids when the evaporation occurs in plate or the liquid flashes after leaving the plate. Applications generally have been restricted to the soap and food industries. The advantage of these units is their ability to concentrate viscous fluids of up to pascal seconds.
The operating principle of the heat exchanger is based on liquid-to-liquid transfer of heat (Figure P.1). The drive loop transpor ts the heat load from the drive to the heat exchanger. The supply loop flows through the heat exchanger to collect the heat load and transports it
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