Condenser Design 1.4.0.1

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Condenser design (CnD) is a software tool that is made to demonstrate the thermal design calculations of Shell & Tube condensers. The software can design, horizontal condensers, vertical condensers including reflux condensers. Many features....etc

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista
Publisher:
khaled aljundi
Price:
$134.99
File size:
8.44 Mb
Date added:
August 16, 2014
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Description from the Publisher
Condenser design (CnD) is a software tool that is made to demonstrate the thermal design calculations of Shell & Tube condensers. The software can design, horizontal condensers, vertical condensers including reflux condensers. Many features including exporting to engineering data sheet. The software also includes a basic physical properties software and other databases including tube counts and other features...etc, to read more visit webbusterz
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