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    Then, if direct steam is used instead of a reboiler, the steam can be turned on to flush out the air in the system. This is similar to purging a steam heating system in a house. If direct steam is not being used, water should be fed into the column at the feed point. This water will run down to the reboiler and provide steam.Get Price

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    Feb 24, 2012 · The rate of condensation of steam needs to be taken into account for sizing the steam traps, and also in finalizing the boiler output. What is Warm-Up Load ? During the plant start-up after a long time or from cold, then the steam is required to heat the system uniformly to bring the system close to the normal working temperature of the system.Get Price

  • Boiler Efficiency - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    The fuel savings as can be seen from the figure can be substantial depending on the boiler operating time. As expected the longer the boiler stands-by the larger are the fuel savings. Thus a boiler operating for 12 hours, firing typically for about one-third of a cycle has a fuel saving of 5.5% compared to 1.7% for 24 hours operation.Get Price

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    Steam condensing system consists of the following: (a) Condenser (b) Cooling water (c) Cooling tower (d) Hot well (e) Condenser cooling water pump (f) Condensate air extraction pump (g) Air extraction pump (h) Boiler feed pump (i) Make up water pump. 3.1.2 Steam production: Boiler is an apparatus to produce steam.Get Price

  • Injector - Wikipedia

    A steam injector is a typical application of the principle used to deliver cold water to a boiler against its own pressure, using its own live or exhaust steam, replacing any mechanical pump. When first developed, its operation was intriguing because it seemed paradoxical, almost like perpetual motion, but it was later explained using Get Price

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    Steam Rankine cycle is known as one of the main power-generating cycles, which consists of four key devices, namely a boiler (heat exchanger), a steam turbine, a condenser (heat exchanger), and a pump, as illustrated in Fig. 28.This cycle needs heat input for the boiler either by burning fossil fuels, such as oil, coal, and natural gas, or by obtaining the necessary heat from renewable …Get Price

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    May 12, 2020 · In a steam ship (a ship whose main propulsion unit is a turbine or a ship which could be a giant tanker with turbine-driven oil pumps) the boiler consumption may be as high as thirty tons per day. The equipment used on board to generate freshwater from seawater is known as a freshwater generator.Get Price

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