boiler efficiency

boiler efficiency

[′bȯil·ər i′fish·ən·sē]
(mechanical engineering)
The ratio of heat absorbed in steam to the heat supplied in fuel, usually measured in percent.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Post Overhaul Boiler Efficiency Test For 600Mw Unit Of Hpgcl, Hisar,Using Vendor Instruments
If the compressors operate for long periods of time, the savings can be substantial--according to the Carbon Trust, a 55KW/350cfm compressor will have 88,000kWh of heat available per year (if the compressor operates for 2000 hours a year), resulting in potential savings of [pounds sterling]2588 if gas heating was replaced (based on a boiler efficiency of 85 per cent and a gas cost of 2.
New configurations of a heat recovery absorption heat pump integrated with a natural gas boiler for boiler efficiency improvement.
To the Editor: I would like to offer a technical clarification to the "Coal's Last Chance" article (October 20U) in regards to supercritical boiler efficiency and terminology.
Conversely the focus for condensing boiler system design is to return 80[degrees]F (27[degrees]C) water to the boilers to promote maximum boiler efficiency.
That is, an increment of the boiler efficiency when compared with conventional boilers will be about 15%.
For example, the boiler performance curve, percent boiler capacity versus boiler efficiency, would show an optimum boiler efficiency occurring at approximately 80% of the boiler design capacity.
Reducing fuel demand through improved boiler efficiency and thermal-energy recovery
Once we have Aconfirmed your Pension Credit benefit and your boiler efficiency, you would then qualify.
for example, is developing a sensor that will improve water boiler efficiency.
If this is not the case, boiler efficiency will suffer.