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The Ninth edition standards are effective immediately, and were published November 20, 2007.
The Eighth edition was published in 1999.
The Seventh edition was published in 1988.
The Sixth edition was published in 1978.
The Fifth edition was published in 1968.
The Fourth edition was published in 1959.
The Third edition was published in 1952.
The Second edition was published in 1949.
The First edition was published in 1941.
Photocopies of the 5th and 6th Editions are available for purchase. Click here to order.
· New rules for flexible shell elements (expansion joints), which are based on a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) approach
· Tables for tube hole drilling have been expanded to 3” diameter tubes
· Guidelines for performing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) had been added
· Rules for the design of shell intersections (with large nozzle to cylinder ratios) subjected to pressure and external loadings have been added
· Foreign material cross-reference linking material specifications from various international codes has been added
· Rules for the design of longitudinal baffles have been added
Yes, a single-user PDF version is available. It may not be printed. For more information click here. To order click here.
Yes - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you purchased your Eighth Edition Standards DIRECTLY FROM TEMA after May 19, 2007. Otherwise contact the vendor from which you purchased your book.
Yes - it is available in Adobe PDF format. Nomenclature Chart If you need to download the Acrobat Reader click here.
R - severe petroleum and related processing applications
C - commercial and general process applications
B - chemical process service
Registered users may submit technical inquiries here. If you have not yet registered your copy you may do so there.
No, but here is a site with lots of training information - www.epic-edu.com. Note: TEMA does not review or endorse the curricula.
If you know of other sources of training please let us know!
No, TEMA is a trade association, not involved with procurement.
No, TEMA is a trade association. We do not manufacture heat exchangers.
No, there is no Sample Problem Book for the Ninth Edition.
Not at this time. Corrections to the Ninth edition are available to registered users. If you purchased the Ninth Edition and need to register it please click here.
Yes - they are available in Adobe PDF format. English Metric If you need to download the Acrobat Reader click here.
Permission may be requested by email or fax. Please include the specific sections and page numbers containing the material you wish to reproduce. If you have a document you need signed please email or fax a copy of it. Requests are reviewed by the membership and may take up to 21 days to get a reply. NOTE: the following items may be reproduced without permission, as long as TEMA is cited as the source.
-Figure N-1.2 (Table of TEMA types)
-Table N-2 and Figure N-2 (Nomenclature)
-Figure G-5-2 (Heat Exchanger Spec Sheet - English Units) PDF XLS
-Figure G-5-2M (Heat Exchanger Spec Sheet - Metric Units) PDF XLS
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