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  • Course No E – 1912
  • PDH Units: 2

Course No E - 1912
PDH Units: 2

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  • Course No E – 1912
  • PDH Units: 2

Course No E - 1912
PDH Units: 2

Intended Audience: Electrical, Mechanical, HVAC, and Environmental Engineers
Credits: 2 PDH Units

Waste heat recovery” is the process of “heat integration”, that is, reusing heat energy that would otherwise be disposed of or simply released into the atmosphere. By recovering waste heat, plants can reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions, while simultaneously increasing energy efficiency. The benefits of these devices include (i) saving of fuel, (ii) generation of electricity and mechanical work, (iii) reducing cooling needs, (iv) reducing capital investment costs in case of new facility, (v) increasing production, (vi) reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and (vii) transforming the heat to useful forms. Different methods to achieve these tangible and intangible benefits are explained in this course with necessary diagrams. This course is about Waste heat recovery. All critical aspects of waste heat utilization and recovery are discussed at length and includes technical tips and diagrams. Selection of right waste heat recovery method is biggest concern and is highlighted in this course. Starting from fundamental methods to complex methods of heat utilization and their construction and arrangements are shown in this course.

Learning Objectives

At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
  • Introduction to WHR
  • Selection of WHR
  • Recuperator
  • Rotary Wheel (Heat Wheel)
  • Heat Pipe Heat Exchanger
  • Waste heat Boiler
  • Thermoelectric Generator
  • Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG)
  • Regenerative & Recuperative burners
  • Economizer
  • Direct & Indirect contact condensation recovery
  • Hurdles in the Waste Heat Recovery Process

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