Monitor input data and results are stored in databases. Each network has its own database which contains network and case data. There is no limit on the number of cases that can be held in a Monitor database.

After calculations are complete, results are stored in the database and can be displayed or saved to a text or Word file.  The fouling trends can be exported to Excel and plotted over the required monitoring period. 

Stored  results include, for each exchanger:

Duty, heat transfer coefficients and fouling resistance.
Effectiveness: the ratio of the actual duty to the maximum theoretical duty that the unit could exchange.
Log mean temperature difference and its correction factor.
Tube side velocity and Reynolds Number.

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