at a working pressure of 4-5 kg/cm2. Generally pet-coke is used as the fuel for the steam boiler. The heating chamber consists of a fluidized bed of coke wherein air is supplied from bottom. The heat generated by combustion of coke and air is used to heat water to

Read Moreat a working pressure of 4-5 kg/cm2. Generally pet-coke is used as the fuel for the steam boiler. The heating chamber consists of a fluidized bed of coke wherein air is supplied from bottom. The heat generated by combustion of coke and air is used to heat water to

Read MoreTo obtain the correct amount of heat from the condensing mercury for evaporating the steam, it is found that 8.196 (8.2 Approx.) kg of mercury are required per kg of steam. It will be seen from the areas of T-s diagram that the use of mercury for the high temperature range of the cycle gives a higher efficiency than that obtainable from steam with the same addition of heat.

Read MoreSteam drum and boiler tube system maximum design temperature specified on data sheet, superheater design temperature per code. Total continuous and intermittent blowdowns should not be more than the allowable figure specified in the boiler data sheet of steam generated, the vendor to …

Read MoreThe boiler manufacturer should state the maximum total dissolved solids (TDS) in the boiler water at which the required steam purity can be obtained. The steam as measured at drum outlet should have an impurity not greater than 0.02 mg/kg (ppm mass) silica.

Read MoreThe 'from and at' rating is widely used as a datum by shell boiler manufacturers to give a boiler a rating which shows the amount of steam in kg/h which the boiler can create 'from and at 100°C',at atmospheric pressure. Each kilogram of steam would then have received 2 257 kJ of heat from the boiler.

Read More3/11/2006 · BE = Boiler efficiency VHI = Fuel heating value NOTES - The following will help in the use of this formula • hs = 1190 BTU/# constant @ 100 PSIG • hw = enthalpy of saturated water at saturation temperature (steam tables) • Boiler efficiency is assumed to

Read MoreSTEAM TABLES. The following tables of the properties of steam are taken directly from Chapter 5.5.3 of the Heat Exchanger Design Handbook, 1986, by C. F. Beaton. The tables in this section are reprinted, with permission, from NBS/NRC Steam Tables. The reference state for all property values is the liquid at the triple point, for which state the

Read MoreBoiler horsepower - a power unit from the 19 th-20 th centuries - was used to rate the capacity of a boiler to deliver steam to steam engines. A common definition of one boiler horsepower is the amount of energy required to produce 34.5 pounds (15.65 kg) of steam per hour at pressure and temperature 0 psig (0 bar) and 212 o F (100 o C) - with feed water at pressure 0 psig and temperature 212 o F.

Read MoreSteam Production When heat is added to water, its temperature rises at a rate of 0.56 C (1 F) for each heat input of 2.095 kJ/kg (1 Btu/lb) If we take water at 0 C (32 F) and we add 419 kJ/kg (180 Btu/lb) then we will increase the temperature of the water by 100 C

Read MoreThe boiler shell made from boiler quality steel, with insulated body and coil is made from boiler quality tubes of standard 3059/I as per BSS standard, and it is fully automatic producing steam within 3 minutes of cold start & economizer for high efficiency.

Read MoreSince water impurities cause boiler problems, careful consideration must be given to the quality of the water used for generating steam. The composition of boiler feed water must be such that the impurities in it can be concentrated a reasonable number of times inside the boiler, without exceeding the tolerance limits of the particular boiler design.

Read Moreevaporated or steam produced in kg per hour. It may also be expressed in kg per kg of fuel burnt or kg/hr/m2 of heating surface. 2.1.1 Boiler Classifications Boilers are classified by their pressure capacity, their design type and by their use. High & Low Pressure

Read More"(a) "accident" means an explosion of a boiler or steam-pipe or any damage to a boiler or steam-pipe which is calculated to weaken the strength thereof so as to render it liable to explode;", w.e.f. 27.5.2008. 7. Ins. by Act 11 of 1937, S. 3. 8. Subs. by Act 49 of

Read MoreBoiler Capacity Calculation with Heating Surface Area. Liming 11:00:44. 1 ton steam boilers generate 600,000 calories of heat, according to the standard per square meter of building (residential, office, hotel, etc.) heating 100 calories, so a ton of steam boiler standard heating area of 600000 /100 = 6000 square meters. However, ZBG equipment

Read More3/11/2006 · What is the boiler horsepower of a boiler generating 21,500 lbs of steam per hour at 155 psi? The factor of evaporation is 1.08. BHP = (LB/HR*fe)/34.5 BHP = (LB/HR*fe)/34.5 BHP = 21500 * 1.08 / 34.5 BHP = 673 Where, BHP boiler horsepower Lb/Hr pounds

Read MoreA steam coil situated in the vessel, or a steam jacket around the vessel, may constitute the heating surface. Typical examples include hot water storage calorifiers as shown in Figure 2.6.1 and oil storage tanks where a large circular steel tank is filled with a viscous oil requiring heat before it can be pumped.

Read MoreBoiler Horsepower What is the boiler horsepower of a boiler generating 21,500 lbs of steam per hour at 155 psi? The factor of evaporation is 1.08. BHP =

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Read MoreBoiler horsepower - a power unit from the 19 th-20 th centuries - was used to rate the capacity of a boiler to deliver steam to steam engines. A common definition of one boiler horsepower is the amount of energy required to produce 34.5 pounds (15.65 kg) of steam per hour at pressure and temperature 0 psig (0 bar) and 212 o F (100 o C) - with feed water at pressure 0 psig and temperature 212 o F.

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