high-pressure boiler

high-pressure boiler

A boiler that provides steam at pressures above 15 lb per sq in. (103.4 kPa) or hot water at temperatures exceeding 250°F (121°C).
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Sugar mills are currently using bagasse - a renewable fuel produced as a by-product in the sugar manufacturing process - inefficiently in low-pressure 23 bars based power systems, whereas other countries have abandoned low pressure boilers and switched to high-pressure boilers (minimum 60 bars) in cogeneration power systems.
During the period 1959-65 the first high-pressure boilers for pulverized oil shale combustion were installed at the Baltic Power Plant, first with a steam pressure of 9.
state and municipal regulations governing inspection of both low-pressure and high-pressure boilers, as well as public sector and private sector boiler inspection services in the U.
An inspector of high-pressure boilers for 32 years with the Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.
Given the critical performance requirements for materials in high-pressure boilers, the authors recommend further study using lower strain rates over a wider temperature range.

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