H102J Recycle Loops

H102J Recycle Loops

Recycling can be used in many engineering applications and is important when applied to thermodynamic processes as it can result in reduced energy requirements.

For example in most air conditioning applications a proportion of the already treated air within a building will be recycled and mixed with fresh incoming air before being returned to the building. If the proportion of recycling is too low then the energy requirement is likely to rise whereas if the proportion of recycled air is high then “sick building” syndrome can occur where bad smells and micro-biological problems can arise.

In chemical engineering processes where a reaction requires both time and temperature to be controlled recycling can be used to ensure a longer residence time for mixing and reactions to occur. In addition the energy requirement is vastly reduced from the alternative option of utilising a batch process.

H102J Recycle Loops

Recycling can be used in many engineering applications and is important when applied to thermodynamic processes as it can result in reduced energy requirements.

For example in most air conditioning applications a proportion of the already treated air within a building will be recycled and mixed with fresh incoming air before being returned to the building. If the proportion of recycling is too low then the energy requirement is likely to rise whereas if the proportion of recycled air is high then “sick building” syndrome can occur where bad smells and micro-biological problems can arise.

In chemical engineering processes where a reaction requires both time and temperature to be controlled recycling can be used to ensure a longer residence time for mixing and reactions to occur. In addition the energy requirement is vastly reduced from the alternative option of utilising a batch process.

Requires the H102-Heat-Exchanger-Service-Unit for operation.

  • Investigation And Understanding Of The Recycle Process. 
  • Steady State Heat and Mass Balances
  • Investigation of Responses to Changes in Bleed Flow Rate, Heat Input or Recycle Rate