Steam Boilers Articles

  • Huge scope of tiny thermal power plants

    Steam energy is coming back very fast as blessing for distributed generation.There is bright scope of establishing 10 million tiny thermal power plants in India. Capacity of most of such tiny power plants will be from 2 kw to 20 kw and rarely up to 100 kw. Liberalization of power generation has opened vast opportunities for small generation capacities in villages. Such tiny power plants will have ...


    By AADHUNIK GLOBAL ENERGY

  • Attention to the use of steam boilers in the industry

    In the industry, if people need to use high-temperature steam , then the steam boiler will be used; water can be heated to a quite high temperature, and generates high-temperature steam . Steam boilers and other hot water boiler are not the same , if people want to use the steam boiler, the boiler must be certified , or else once operated wrongly , then the consequences are very terrible.  ...

  • Cumulative exergetic assessment of LPFO utilised steam boilers

    This paper relates to a study on the energy and exergy resources, transfers, consumption and losses in the combustion and heat exchanging units of industrial steam boilers. Mass, energy and exergy analyses, which included the physical and chemical exergies of material streams, were used to investigate the energy resource utilisation of Low Pour Fuel Oil (LPFO) in industrial steam boilers. The ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Maxsys Fuel System generates 6% savings on Gas Fired Steam Raising Boilers at Mondi Packaging

    Mondi is one of the world’s leading international paper and packaging groups with a substantial global presence, employing 34,000 people at 112 sites across 34 different countries. The company is continually striving for a consistent high level of improvement in environmental performance in all its operations, making efficient use of raw materials and energy, while focusing on innovation ...


    By Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd

  • Exergy analysis of a steam power plant: a case study in Iran

    In the last decades, exergy analysis, based on the second law of thermodynamics was a method that substituted the energy analysis in studying thermodynamic systems. In this paper, the cycle of a power plant and its details, with two kinds of fuels, natural gas and diesel, have been analysed at its maximum load and the two factors, losses and exergy efficiency, which are the basic factors used to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Assessing and improving the efficiencies of a steam power plant using exergy analysis. Part 1: assessment

    Energy and exergy analyses are used to examine the performance of a coal-fired steam power plant and to identify and evaluate possible modifications to improve the efficiency of the plant. The exergy analysis provides a detailed breakdown of the exergy losses (including waste exergy emissions and internal irreversibilities) for the overall plant and its components. The results show that ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Assessing and improving the efficiencies of a steam power plant using exergy analysis. Part 2: improvements from modifying reheat pressure

    The effect of increasing reheat pressure on the exergy efficiency of a coal-fired steam power plant is investigated. The results show that although the irreversibility rate associated with heat transfer in the steam generator decreases as reheat pressure increases, the overall-plant exergy efficiency decreases, mainly owing to the relatively large decrease in shaft power output. The results ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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