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Applications of GUI

GUI for Evaporator

Evaporators are kind of heat transfer equipment where the transfer

mechanism is controlled by natural convection or forced convection. A solution

containing a desired product is fed into the evaporator and it is heated by a heat source

like steam. Because of the applied heat, the water in the solution is converted into vapor

and is condensed while the concentrated solution is either removed or fed into a second

evaporator for further concentration, (Jaishree, 2010). Methods for solving multi-effect

evaporators fall into three broad classes, the traditional trial-and-error taught in most

textbooks, simplified methods used for first order design approximation, and complex

methods such as dynamic programming and evolutionary operations, and the only

method taught in classrooms was the traditional trial-and–error method, (Joye & F.).

GUI provides an accurate and flexible method to be used as a design tool in practice,

(Miranda, 2011). The fully computerized method converges from any starting point by

any single valued function, such as the steam rate and was at least an order of magnitude

faster than nonlinear solving equation techniques. In addition, the computer routine can

be incorporated into search program to find optimum economic design, (Joye & F.

William, 1988).
References
Jaishree, V. (2010). Optimization of a multiple Effect Evaporator System . DEPARTMENT OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,
ROURKELAORISSA -769 008, INDIA .
Joye, D. D., & F. William, K. j. (1988). A Simpler Way to tame Evaporator.
Miranda, M. G. (2011, July). THE IMPORTANCE OF GRAPHIC USERS INTERFACE,
ANALYSIS OF GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE DESIGN IN THE CONTEXT OF
HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION. 3rd International Conference on Education and
New Learning Technologies. Barcelona, Spain.
Multiple Effect Evaporator System. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/103107096/module4/lecture2/lecture2.pdf