3.1-3 Slide 13 Black Liquor Properties Basis of evaporation equipment design Changes in liquor cycle chemistry can impact evaporator performance if properties depart from design values Viscosity Boiling point rise Concentration of scaling species Slide 14 shows that black liquor is typically about one- third inorganic and two-thirds organic material.
What is the value of sensible heat and latent heat added to the steam? 27. For boiler at 8 kg/cm 2 (g) steam pressure. The following details are given Saturation temperature of steam = 170 o C Sensible heat of water = 171 kCal/kg Latent heat of evaporation = 490 kCal/kg Moisture content in the steam = 4% What is the total heat content of the
2000 kg/hr. If HCV of coal is 27500 kJ/kg, find the (a)factor of evaporation; (b)equivalent evaporation; (c) thermal efficiency of boiler. 13.Explain the working of a La Mont boiler with a neat sketch. 14.Determine the diameters of throat and exit for a steam nozzle to convey 10 kg/min where the inlet conditions are 12 bar and
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Steam/water diagrams used in boiler calculations Temperature-heat (T-Q) diagram The T-Q diagram is a useful tool for designing heat exchangers. It can also be used to present the heat transfer characteristics of an existing heat exchanger or heat exchanger network. The T-Q
Under these conditions, evaporation of 1 kg of water requires the latent heat of 1 kg of steam, the value of which is 2256.9 kJ/kg. This quantity is known as Standard Evaporation Unit. Equivalent Evaporation: In a boiler raising steam, the feed water temperature and steam pressure conditions are different from the standard.
The briquettes are con-fired with coal in order to create the heat supplied to the boiler. People have been using biomass briquettes since before recorded history. Biomass briquettes are made from agriculture waste and are a replacement for fossils fuels such as oil or coal, and can be used to heat boiler in manufacturing plants.
Fuel Heating Value might be provided in Btu/SCF or Btu/lb. Power Output is nearly always in either kW or MW. For places outside the US, Heat Rate is most often shown in kJ/kWh. Fuel Flow might be reported in m3/hr (standard cubic meters per hour) or kg/hr. Fuel Heating Value may be in GJ/kg
The chemical exergies of LPFO and the exhaust flue gases were determined as 44,566.66 kJ/kg and 147.97 kJ/kg for LPFO undergoing complete combustion process. The energy quantity contributed by fuel was higher for boiler operation 1, given as 8545 kJ/s, compared with the lower value of 6304 kJ/s for boiler operation 2.
The pressure losses in the heat exchanger units of the boiler are estimated according to the following approximations: Economizer: the pressure loss is 5-10 % of the pressure of the feedwater entering the economizer. Evaporator: Once through boilers: in once-through boilers the pressure loss of the evaporator is between 5 and 30 %.
Since the amount of steam delivered varies with temperature and pressure, a common expression of the boiler capacity is the heat transferred over time expressed as British Thermal Units per hour. A boilers capacity is usually expressed as kBtu/hour (1000 Btu/hour) and can be calculated as. W = (h g - h f) m (1)
Optimum biomass drying for combustion A modeling approach. is the lower heating value of moist wood (kJ/kg) and trial boilers restrict the minimum heating value of biofuel to be.
Dec 01, 2015· The bomb calorimeter method is relatively simple and reliable to determine the higher heating value (HHV, also called gross calorific value, GCV) of the coal sample . The HHV and the lower heating values (LHV, also called net calorific value, NCV) are interconvertible each other, . However, the experiment process costs a long time and needs
CBE2124, Levicky 3 (ii) O 2 at 170 oC and 1 atm and CH 4 at 25 oC and 1 atm are mixed and react completely to form CO 2 and H 2O at 300 oC and 1 atm.The enthalpy change for the reaction occurring at 25 oC and 1 atm is known. Paths of type 1 changes in pressure (p) at
Hence, the net heating value decreases as the moisture content of the biomass increases. For typical biomass type, the value of HHV on dry and ash free basis is about 20,400 kJ/kg (± 15%). In practice, the maximum allowable moisture content must be 55% on wet
The fuel has heating value of 44180 kJ/kg and the fuel/air ratio is 0.017kg fuel/kg air. The turbine internal efficiency is 90%. Calculate the compressor work, turbine work and thermal efficiency. (10 marks) 4 (c) Draw general layout of a reaction turbine plant and explain various heads on turbine.