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1 Welcome This is a document to explains the chosen concept to the animator. This will take you through a 5 section process to provide the necessary details to the animator before starting the animation. The legend on the left will indicate the current status of the document. The big Black coloured number will denote the current section, the Grey color would denote the completed sections, and the Turquoise color would denote the remaining sections. The slides having yellow background (like this one) are the 'Instruction slides'

2 Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger The animation explains the working of the Shell &Tube Heat Exchanger and highlights the effect of various process parameters on the performance Course Name: (Optional) Author/s Nitin V. Bhate

3 Learning objectives After interacting with this Learning Object, the learner will be able to: Get a sound understanding of the concept and working of shell & tube heat exchanger Realize the significance of baffles Visualize flow patterns on the tube and the shell side Appreciate the effect of various process parameters on the rate of heat transfer

4 Master layout or diagram Make a schematic diagram of the concept Explain the animator about the beginning and ending of the process. Draw image big enough for explaining. In the image, identify and label different components of the process/phenomenon. (These are like characters in a film) ‏ Illustrate the basic flow of action by using arrows. Use BOLD lines in the diagram (minimum 2pts.) ‏ In the slide after that, provide the definitions of ALL the labels used in the diagram You may have multiple master layouts. In this case, number the master layout. (e.g. Master layout 1, 2, 3…) ‏

5 Master Layout Baffle Tie rod Process fluidHeating/Cooling fluid Tubes Shell Tube side outlet nozzle Tube side inlet nozzle Shell side inlet nozzle Shell side outlet nozzle Tube Channel Tube Channel Tube sheet

6 Definitions and Keywords 1 Tube side inlet nozzle: Process fluid enters through this nozzle 2 Tubes: Process fluid (blue) flows through these 3 Tube side outlet nozzle: Process fluid exits through this nozzle 4 Shell: Houses the tubes and other accessories 5 Shell side inlet nozzle: Heating/cooling fluid enters through this nozzle 6 Baffles: Pose resistance to the flow of the shell side fluid (red) thus, increasing heat transfer 7 Tie rods: Keep the baffles in position 8 Shell side outlet nozzle: Heating/cooling fluid exits through this nozzle 9 Tube channels: Compartments for tube side fluid at inlet and outlet 10 Tube sheets: Support the tubes on either end and prevent the mixing of tube side fluid with that of the shell side

7 Explain the process In this step, use an example to explain the concept. It can be an analogy, a scenario, or an action which explains this concept/process/topic Try to use examples from day-to-day life to make it more clear You have to describe what steps the animator should take to make your concept come alive as a series of moving images. Keep the examples simple to understand, and also to illustrate/animate

8 Analogy / Scenario / Action Analogy: 1 Imagine a pipe in which I stack 5 straws (pipe is shell & straws are tubes) 2 I cut two thermocol rounds with diameter matching the inside diameter of the pipe. These rounds have holes through which the straws can slide from one round to the other (tube sheets). Also assume that the straws and these holes make a leak proof joint. 3 Some 3/4 th cut discs with diameter just enough to slide through the pipe and having holes matching the straws are introduced (baffles). 4 Between two discs a thin rod or rigid wire is tied to keep the discs in position (tie rod) 5 The straws are now introduced one by one from one thermocol round passing through these discs to the other thermocol. 6 The gap between the thermocol rounds and the pipe is sealed. 7 Suppose I have inlet and outlet connections on this pipe side ways (shell side nozzles) through which any liquid like cold water can be introduced. 8 On either sides of the pipe imagine having pipe cut pieces with one end closed (tube channels). These are sealed with the pipe. 9 These pipe cuts also have side connections like pipe (tube side nozzles) through which hot water can be introduced. 10 If both hot and cold waters are circulated through the straw side and the pipe side, the hot fluid coming out of the other side of the straw end will be cooler and vice versa. 11 This is visualizing a shell & tube heat exchanger

9 Stepwise description of process The goal of the document is to provide instructions to an animator who is not a expert. You have to describe what steps the animator should take to make your concept come alive as a moving visualization. Use one slide per step. This will ensure clarity of the explanation. Add a image of the step in the box, and the details in the table below the box. You can use any images for reference, but mention about it's copyright status The animator will have to re-draw / re-create the drawings Add more slides as per the requirement of the animation

10 Step 1: Audio Narration (if any) ‏ Text to be displayed (if any) ‏ (DT) Description of the action/ interactivity T1: Title of the step, to appear as heading of the screen (if any) ‏ Process fluidHeating/Cooling fluid Blue liquid introduced through the entry as shown. It should fill the entire channel Process fluid at the inlet

11 Audio Narration (if any) ‏ Text to be displayed (if any) ‏ (DT) Description of the action/ interactivity The liquid should simultaneously flow through all the tubes as shown by arrows None The liquid should fill the exit channel and eventually come out of the exit nozzle None The liquid should fill the exit channel and eventually come out of the exit nozzle None

12 Audio Narration (if any) ‏ Text to be displayed (if any) ‏ (DT) Description of the action/ interactivity Red liquid enters the shell side inlet nozzle None The liquid fills the corners (on rhs) and passes across baffles in a wavy form as shown None It fills the corners (on rhs) and exits from the shell side nozzle None Heating/cooling fluid

13 Animation design Please see the design template provided in the next slide. This is a sample template, and you are free to change as per your design requirements. Try and rename the tabs / buttons / sections / subsections as shown in the template. Use ‘callouts’ as shown above to explain the source of content. Ex: If the call out is placed at the Tab 01, and you want the content to be taken from slide 3 of this presentation, then place this callout on the Tab 01, and write ‘Slide 3’ inside the callout. Slide

14 Animation area Instructions/ Working area Credits Name of the section/stage Interactivity area Tab 02Tab 03Tab 04Tab 05Tab 06Tab 07 Button 01 Button 02 Button 03 Introduction Slide 3

15 Interactivity and Boundary limits In this section, you will add the ‘Interactivity’ options to the animation. Use the template in the next slide to give the details. Insert the image of the step/s (explained earlier in the Section 3) in the box, and provide the details in the table below. The details of Interactivity could be:  Types: Drop down, Slider bar, Data inputs etc.  Options: Select one, Multiple selections etc  Boundary Limits: Values of the parameters, which won’t show results after a particular point  Results: Explain the effect of the interaction in this column Add more slides if necessary

16 Instructions for the animator Instruction to the learner Results and Output Boundary limits Interactivity type Interactivity option 1: Step No: 1 Image/graphic for explaining the interactivity options

17 Self- Assessment Questionnaire for Learners Please provide a set of questions that a user can answer based on the LO. They can be of the following types: These questions should be 5 in number and can be of objective type (like MCQ, Match the columns, Yes or No, Sequencing, Odd One Out). The questions can also be open-ended. The user would be asked to think about the question. The author is requested to provide hints if possible, but a full answer is not necessary. One can include questions, for which the user will need to interact with the LO (with certain parameters) in order to answer it. It is better to avoid questions based purely on recall. APPENDIX 1

18 Questionnaire: Use appropriate formatting for the questions APPENDIX 1

19 Links for further reading In the next slide, provide some reference reading material for the users. It could be books, reference publications, or website URLs. APPENDIX 2

20 Links for further reading Reference websites: Books: Research papers: APPENDIX 2

21 Summary Please provide points to remember to understand the concept/ key terms of the animation, in the next slide. The summary will help the user in the quick review of the concept. APPENDIX 3

22 Summary APPENDIX 3


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