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14 MW WNS condensing gas-fired boiler for university

14 MW WNS condensing gas-fired boiler for university

Output capacity: 14 MW, 6 tph
Equipment model: 3 sets of WNS14-1.0/115/70-Q, 2 sets of WNS6-1.0-Q

15 tph SZL series coal-fired steam boiler project for medical universities

15 tph SZL series coal-fired steam boiler project for medical universities

Output capacity: 15 tph
Equipment model: SZL15-1.25-All

8 tph coal-fired boiler project for feed industry in Pakistan

8 tph coal-fired boiler project for feed industry in Pakistan

Output capacity: 8 tph
Equipment model: SZL8-1.25-AⅡ

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  • Types of High Pressure Boilers. A boiler is a vessel in which water is heated under pressure and vaporized into steam for a specific purpose. There are several different kinds of boilers, heated by coal, solid fuel, oil or gas. Boilers vary widely in size from small, portable or shop-assembled units to large furnaces

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  • High efficiency – High-pressure boilers have better firing methods, monitoring, furnace conditions, control flue gases and water velocity. Intensive heating – the furnace temperature in high-pressure boilers is high enough and therefore, 70% of heat is transferred to water by radiation. This is a faster way of heat transfer.

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  • The intent of the boiler-code requirement is to be able to flow feedwater into the boiler as fast as the boiler reliefs can dump steam, thereby preventing a high-pressure condition from cascading into a dangerous low-water casualty. Are all relief valves in the feedwater system coordinated to fit into this scheme? Test connections.

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  • Boilers are classified as either low pressure or high pressure and are constructed to meet ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code requirements. Low-pressure boilers are limited to a maximum working pressure of 15 psig (pound-force per square inch gauge) for steam and 160 psig for hot water (2).

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  • Steam Pressure Reduction: Opportunities and Issues varies directly in proportion to the boiler’s net stack temperature (the difference between the flue gas tem-perature and combustion air temperature). When boiler pressure is lowered, a lower stack temperature results. This, in turn, causes slightly improved combustion efficiency.

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  • Lecture Series on Steam and Gas Power Systems by Prof. Ravi Kumar, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India.

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  • The pump used to charge the boiler must be able to overcome the boiler's operating pressure, else water will not flow. As a superheated boiler is usually operated at high pressure, the corresponding feedwater pressure must be even higher, demanding a more robust pump design. Another consideration is safety.

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  • As Steam pressure in the boiler increases, there is a corresponding increase in _____ Temperature A boiler operating at 100psig the temperature of the water and steam will Be _______

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