Heating and Cooling of Agitated Liquid Batches - 3 PDH
It is the intention of this course to enable process engineers or plant operations personnel to be able to calculate the time required to heat or cool an agitated liquid batch with a minimum of effort. The course will explain the derivation of the heating and cooling application equations, along with simplifying assumptions. Two examples are given: heating in a jacketed agitated vessel, and cooling with a submerged coil in an agitated tank. At the conclusion of the course the student will:
Have an understanding of simplified batch heat transfer relationships within a well mixed tank.
Be knowledgeable in the assumptions used to calculate batch heat transfer relationships.
Be able to calculate batch heating and cooling requirements with isothermal heating or cooling mediums.