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Boiler 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 = (LB/HR*fe)/34.5

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May 15, 2015 · Capacity 1000 t/d Weak Liquor 15% Recovery Boiler Capacity 2000 t/d of DS Product Liquor 72% Total Evaporation 440 t/h # of Effects Steam Economy Steam Consumption t/h Difference t/h 5 4.25 103.5 - 6 5.10 86.3 17.2 7 5.95 73.9 29.6 Table 1. Steam consumption as a function of the number of thermal effects

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Steam Power Station: Components, Application, and Working

APHs are one of the vital components of any power plant due to the well-known heat transfer and efficiency-related benefits. Being a significant component of the overall plant efficiency calculation, APHs deliver upward of approximately 10%12% of the heat transfer in the boiler process at only a nominal percent of the investment.

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Mar 17, 2015 · Steam, Boiler, and Blowdown Pressure are the same. Combustion Efficiency is the % of fuel energy that is directly added to the feedwater and not otherwise lost or used. Blowdown Rate is the % of incoming feedwater mass flow rate that leaves the boiler as a saturated liquid at boiler pressure.

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Steam Power Station: Components, Application, and Working

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A boiler horsepower is not the commonly accepted 550 ft lbf/s and the generally accepted conversion factor of 746 Watts = 1 horsepower does not apply. USA and Australia In the USA and Australia the readily accepted definition of a boiler horsepower is the amount of energy required to evaporate 34.5 lb of water at 212°F atmospheric conditions.

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Boiler Capacity - Engineering ToolBox

A boilers capacity is usually expressed as kBtu/hour (1000 Btu/hour) and can be calculated as. W = (hg - hf) m (1) where. W = boiler capacity (Btu/h, kW) hg = enthalpy steam (Btu/lb, kJ/kg) hf = enthalpy condensate (Btu/lb, kJ/kg) m = steam evaporated (lb/h, kg/s)

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