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Journal of the South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering
76 The purpose of a heat exchanger header box is to act as a high pressure manifold that redistributes process fluid from a central source to a bundle of finned tubes where it can be cooled. Due to the lack of certified cover type header box design codes, industrial manufactures are left to develop their own in-house codes. This paper presents an investigation of an in-house design code and compares its results with those from finite element analyses. After analysing multiple sample designs, itfatcat:akorj22xuvab3ln7o7h3wtp2ya