boiler furnace

boiler furnace

[′bȯil·ər ‚fər·nəs]
(mechanical engineering)
An enclosed space provided for the combustion of fuel to generate steam in a boiler. Also known as steam-generating furnace.
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High temperature flue gas from the boiler furnace first enters the steam generator and serves as the heat source for solution regeneration (FG1 [right arrow] FG2).
To realize this target, the boiler furnace temperature should be controlled to follow certain curves.
One of the most important modes of heat transfer in a boiler furnace of a large power plant is radiation.
When he reached Saint Mary's he went down to the church cellar, removed his jacket, rolled up his shirt sleeves and shovelled coke into the boiler furnace.
The idea of this method is to reduce the content of oxygen in the zone of active combustion by decreasing the amount of air supplied into the boiler furnace in a controlled manner until moderate incomplete combustion occurs.
At the exit of the CFB boiler furnace, density of the solid phase is within 5-20 kg/[m.sup.3] [1].
The appearance of water and steam at this point could, more ominously, also have indicated a water leak into the boiler furnace but John Porter, a deck-hand on the Native, also saw water and steam escape and like King regarded it as nothing out of the ordinary.
I would have made sure the fuel pipes were disconnected completely if I was going to test the electrodes outside the boiler furnace."
A massive boiler furnace has been lifted into place at the pounds 60m Wilton 10 power station being built at Wilton International.
This study considers the potential use of neural networks to monitor particulate material formation during recovery boiler furnace operation.
The more work you do in the boiler furnace with technologies such as WIR, the smaller those SCRs can be.