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11. Distance between an internal coil and the side wall or bottom of the tank or vessel is a minimum of 8 in. and a maximum of 12 in. (dimension "c").

12. All coils should be evenly supported at a minimum of three places. Supports should be evenly spaced and allow for thermal expansion of the coil.

13. Coils should be sloped a minimum of in. per foot to allow for drainage.

14. Certain flow rates in spiral coils can set up harmonic vibrations that could ultimately be destructive to the coil, supports, etc. In addition, slug ilow can cause extreme coil movement. If vibration or movement becomes a problem, then either the How rate or the coil support arrangement must be changed.

15. Limit velocity to 10 feet per second in coils.

16. The "steady-state" condition requires less coil than any other design condition.

17. If pressure drop is excessive, the coil may be split into multiple coils with manifolds or separate inlets or outlets.

Types of Coils

Header

(serpentine)

Angular offset

Circular Harp Note:

Direction of flow will vary depending on the heating or cooling application

Ring header (typ)

Temperatures:

T = time to lieat = 1 hr • iMg mean temperature difference, AT.

GTD = t, - t2 = 300 - 60 = 240 LTD = t, - t3 = 300 - 200 = 100

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