For a multiple – effect evaporator system calculations, the values required to be obtained are (i) The area of the heating surface in each effect, (ii) The kg of steam per hour to be supplied, and (iii) the amount of vapour leaving each effect, particularly in the last one.

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The overall heat transfer coefficient is 2.0 kJ/(m2 s K) for the first effect and 1.6 kJ/(m2 s K) for the second effect. The heat transfer area is 56 m2 in each ...

Using multiple evaporators in series decreases the amount of energy needed to evaporate 1 kg of liquid (more than 3 evaporators can be used).

Sep 30, 2017 ， Energy and economical equations are given with a case study for multiple effect evaporator system. As result of calculations, it has been found ...

Online calculations for multiple effect evaporators for the sugar industry. Vapour flows and heat transfer areas are calculated.

The main purpose of this work is to simulate multiple-effect evaporation and its variation as a result of the interconnection between batch and continuous unit ...

This document provides an example of calculating the requirements for a triple effect evaporator that evaporates 500 kg/hr of a 10% solution up to 30%.

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