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## Consider the two countercurrent heat exchanger designs for heating a cold stream from tin to tout , as shown in figure. The hot process stream is available at Tin . The inlet stream conditions and overall heat transfer coefficients are identical in both the designs. The heat transfer area in Design I and Design II are respectively AHX I and AHX

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^{I}_{HX}<A_{Hx}^{II}T^{I}_{out}>T_{out}^{II}^{}A

^{I}_{HX}<A_{Hx}^{II}T^{I}_{out}=T_{out}^{II}Asked On2019-07-08 10:10:03 by:Gaganpreet-Gandhi

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