kettle reboiler

kettle reboiler

[′ked·əl rē′bȯil·ər]
(chemical engineering)
Tube-and-shell heat exchange device in which liquid is vaporized on the shell side from heat transferred from hot liquid flowing through the tubes; dome space allows liquid-vapor separation above the tube bundle.
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A prediction method for kettle reboiler performance.
An experimental study of the effects of fluid flow on boiling within a kettle reboiler tube bundle.
TASC5 handles all TEMA shell and tube types, addressing the full range of shellside and tubeside processes for applications including: pre-heat trains, overhead condensers, feed-effluent duties, kettle reboilers, vertical- and horizontal-thermosyphon reboilers.