HIGH PRESSURE STEAM ENGINEERING

High Pressure Steam Engineering

Section 10

​10HIGH PRESSURESTEAM ENGINEERING

Babcock

Sustainable Engineering Solutions

​BABCOCK DELIVERS​SUSTAINABLE ​ENGINEERING​SOLUTIONS IN AFRICA Photo: Multi-Fuel Boiler ProjectWinner of the 2010 SANEA Energy Project Award Engineering core capabilities:Boiler Mechanical EngineeringControl and InstrumentationHigh Energy PipingThermal and Process EngineeringSteam generation technologies:Black liquorBubblingfluidised bedHot gas generatorIndustrial water tubeUtilityWaste heatS​ervices:​3D laser scanning​Asset life extension​Capacity and Performance increases​Environmental upgrades​Fuel switching​Maintenance, repair and overhaul ​For more information on why you […]

Design evaluation of a main steam spherical header using finite element analysis

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​Babcock International Group | Africa DivisionNtuthuko Generation1 Osborne Lane | Bedfordview | 2007PO Box 4561 | Johannesburg | 2000 | South AfricaTel +27 (0)11 601 1000www.babcock.co.za DESIGN EVALUATION OF A MAIN STEAM SPHERICAL HEADER USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSISINTRODUCTION​Babcock was approached by a client who had to replace a main steam piping spherical header due to […]

Design evaluation of a main steam spherical header using finite element analysis

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​Babcock International Group | Africa DivisionNtuthuko Generation1 Osborne Lane | Bedfordview | 2007PO Box 4561 | Johannesburg | 2000 | South AfricaTel +27 (0)11 601 1000www.babcock.co.za ​Creep rupture is avoided according to EN 13445 when the maximum principal structural strains (elastic + plastic) is less than 5% in a model with a linear elastic ideal […]

Design evaluation of a main steam spherical header using finite element analysis

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​Babcock International Group | Africa DivisionNtuthuko Generation1 Osborne Lane | Bedfordview | 2007PO Box 4561 | Johannesburg | 2000 | South AfricaTel +27 (0)11 601 1000www.babcock.co.za ​Figure 5: FEA results used for fatigue design check. ​range of the principal stress differences and contains variouscorrections/factors applied to the stress range and to the S-Ndata. We have […]

Spirex Sarco

First for Steam Solutions

Spirax SarcoProvides totalsteam solutionsand all level ofsupport to a diverse range ofindustries andmarkets Control systemsTwo-port and three-port control valvesProcess controllers and sensorsSelf-acting temperature controlsSelf-acting pressure controls​Pneumatically and electricallyactuated control valvesPiston actuated valvesSmart positionersSpecial trimsHygienic valves Boiler controls and flowmeteringLevel controls and low/high levelAutomatic TDS blowdown controlsAutomatic bottom blowdown controlsBlowdown vessels and vent headsFeedtank ancillariesSample coolersSteam […]

Steam heat exchange packages and condensate removal

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​Spirax Sarco South Africa (Pty)LtdHead Office:Corner Brine Avenue & Horn StreetPO Box 9429, Edleen 1625, GautengT: 0861 SPIRAX (774729)F: +27 11 230 1333E: [email protected]: www.spiraxsarco.com STEAM HEAT EXCHANGE PACKAGESAND CONDENSATE REMOVAL1. ControlThe majority of steam applications involve the transfer of steam energy from the primary side to a fluid on the secondary side in some […]

Steam heat exchange packages and condensate removal

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​Spirax Sarco South Africa (Pty)LtdHead Office:Corner Brine Avenue & Horn StreetPO Box 9429, Edleen 1625, GautengT: 0861 SPIRAX (774729)F: +27 11 230 1333E: [email protected]: www.spiraxsarco.com Particular care has to be taken with over-sized heat exchangers. Due to applied safety factors and because heat exchangers are sold in pre-determined sizes they often have more heating area […]

Steam heat exchange packages and condensate removal

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​Spirax Sarco South Africa (Pty)LtdHead Office:Corner Brine Avenue & Horn StreetPO Box 9429, Edleen 1625, GautengT: 0861 SPIRAX (774729)F: +27 11 230 1333E: [email protected]: www.spiraxsarco.com ​Figure 4 – % Temperature vs % Heat Load% Stall load = D – B / D – B x 100​TX = [(TB – TC) x (1-x)] + TC where […]

Steam heat exchange packages and condensate removal

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​Spirax Sarco South Africa (Pty)LtdHead Office:Corner Brine Avenue & Horn StreetPO Box 9429, Edleen 1625, GautengT: 0861 SPIRAX (774729)F: +27 11 230 1333E: [email protected]: www.spiraxsarco.com ​Figure 5 – Condensate removal by vacuum breaker​Figure 6 – Auxiliary drain trap method

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