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Tubesheet Heat Exchangers: New Common Design Rules in UPV, CODAP, and ASME

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Francis Osweiller

CETIM, 52 avenue Félix Louat—BP 80067, 60304 Senlis Cedex, France

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 122(3), 317-324 (Apr 10, 2000) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.556188 History: Received February 01, 2000; Revised April 10, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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References

Osweiller, F., 1991, “New Design Rules for Fixed Tubesheet Heat Exchangers: A Comparison of CODAP and ASME approaches,” Proc., ASME PVP Conference, 110–2 (H00637).
Soler, A. I., and Caldwell, S., 1990, “A Proposed ASME Section VIII, Division 1, Tubesheet Design Procedure,” Proc., ASME PVP Conference, Nashville, TN, Vol. 186 (HOO605).
Osweiller,  F., 1989, “Evolution and Synthesis of the Effective Elastic Constants Concept for the Design of Tubesheets,” ASME J. Pressure Vessel Technol., 111, August, pp. 209–217.
Osweiller, F., 1996, “U-Tube Heat Exchangers: A Comparison of Code Design Rules,” Proc., ASME 8th ICPVT Conference, Montreal, Canada, July 2 (H10708).
Gardner, K., (1969), “Tubesheet Design: A Basis for Standardization,” Delft Conference, pp. 621–648.
Osweiller, F., 1986, “Analysis of TEMA Tubesheet Design Rules—Comparison With Up-to Date Code Methods,” Proc., ASME PVP Conference, 107 (G00358).
ASME, 1998, Section VIII, Division 1, Appendix AA, July 1.
CODAP 95, 1999, Code français de Construction des Appareils ȧ Pression, Section C7, revised on Jan. 1.
TEMA Standards, 1998, Tubular Exchangers Manufacturers Association, 7th edition.

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Analytical model used in design method—(a) real model, (b) analytical model
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Determination of ligament efficiency μ*
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Configurations of tubesheets—(a) tubesheet integral with shell and channel; (b) tubesheet integral with shell, gasketed with channel, extended as a flange; (c) tubesheet integral with shell, gasketed with channel, not extended as a flange; (d) tubesheet gasketed with shell and channel, not extended as a flange; (e) tubesheet integral with channel, gasketed with shell, extended as a flange; (f) tubesheet integral with channel, gasketed with shell, not extended as a flange
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Tubesheet gasketed both sides
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Tubesheet integral both sides
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Tubesheet gasketed on one side, integral on the other side
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Comparison of TEMA and UPV-CODAP 99 rules for fixed tubesheets

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