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Answer / magesh
Boilers are usually calculated by the amount of steam we need.
Their capacity are usually mentioned by tph(tonnes per
hour). To produce electricity of 1 MW, around 4.2 tonnes per
hour steam should be produced.
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Answer / manoj kumar
It is common to express the output of steam boilers in Boiler Horsepower, MBTU or in Pounds of Steam delivered per hour.
W = (hg - hf) m
W = boiler capacity (Btu/h)
hg = enthalpy steam (Btu/lb)
hf = enthalpy condensate (Btu/lb)
m = steam evaporated (lb/h)
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Answer / a kathirvel
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Answer / d.d.zala
Calculate the boiler capacity.
Boiler capacity = Burner capacity * efficiency
Example: efficiency = 90% & Burner capacity =11,110 kW.
→ boiler capacity =11,110 kW * 0.9
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