3 edition of A practical guide to avoiding steam purity problems in the industrial plant found in the catalog.
A practical guide to avoiding steam purity problems in the industrial plant
Includes bibliographical references (p. 39).
|Statement||prepared by the Feedwater Quality Task Group for the Industrial Subcommittee of the ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water and Steam in Thermal Power Systems.|
|Series||ASME research report, CRTD ;, vol. 35, CRTD (Series) ;, 35.|
|Contributions||ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water and Steam in Thermal Power Systems. Feedwater Quality Task Group., ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water and Steam in Thermal Power Systems. Industrial Subcommittee.|
|LC Classifications||TJ268 .P73 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||95080401|
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The earlier publications are Consensus on Operating Practices for the Control of Feedwater and Boiler Water Chemistry in Modern Industrial Boilers; A Practical Guide to Avoiding Steam Purity Problems in the Industrial Plant; Consensus for the Lay-up of Boilers, Turbines, Turbine Condensers, and Auxiliary Equipment, Consensus on Operating Practices for the Sampling and Monitoring of Feedwater and Boiler Water Chemistry in Modern Industrial Boilers. Boiler feed water quality is limited owing to problems of (1) scaling, (2) corrosion, and (3) foaming. In order to avoid these problems, the quality guidelines shown in Table IV have been adopted. Data in Table IV show a major difference between cooling water and boiler feed water quality constraints, in that boiler feed water has a strong relationship between water quality .
vol. 81 Consensus on operating practices for the sampling and monitoring of feedwater chemistry in modern industrial boilersvol. 66 Consensus for the lay-up of boilers, turbines, turbine condensers and auxiliary equipmentvol. 35 A practical guide to avoiding steam purity problems in the industrial plant--v Consensus on operating. Boiler - Fundamentals Steam production and steam uses Steam purity and steam quality Steam Purity Steam purity is an expression of the quantity of (from Energy Conservation Programme Guide for Industry & Commerce) 1 64 1 32 3 64 1 16 5 64 3 32 0 Scale Thickness, inches or mm Energy Loss % 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Ir oFile Size: 1MB.
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This document was prepared to assist industrial plant operating personnel in avoiding steam purity related problems, and it includes the following descriptive sections: Steam Purity, Problems Caused by Poor Steam Purity, Methods of Detecting Steam Purity Problems, Investigating a Steam Purity Problem, Operating Guidelines to Avoid Steam Purity Problems and Steam Sampling.
: A Practical Guide to Avoiding Steam Purity Problems in Industrial Plants (): Reserch Committee, ASME: BooksFormat: Paperback. Steam purity problems have caused operating difficulties in industrial plants for decades. Some of the problems attributed to inadequate steam purity are superheater overheating; control valve sticking; turbine deposition; erosion and corrosion; expansion joint and steam line cracking; product, catalyst, and humidified air contamination; and condensate system corrosion.
ASME Order No. I --Practical Guide to Avoid Steam Purity Problems in the Industrial Plant (CRTD). ASME Order No. I --Consensus on Operating Practices for the Control of Feedwater and Boiler Water Chemistry in Modern Industrial Boilers (CRTD).
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New York, N.Y.: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water and Steam in Thermal Power Systems. Feedwater Quality Task Group. With its straightforward explanations, clear examples, and easy-to-implement solutions, this book is ideal for all plant console operators and process engineers.
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ASME Member Prices are 80% LESS than listed prices. This practical handbook for utility personnel and independent power producers provides detailed discussion and examples of solutions to water chemistry problems in power plant boilers.
Plant efficiency and profitability depend on avoiding such problems as pH extremes, oxygen scavenging, corrosion, scale, and contamination. Formulas and calculations are provided for. This publication provides recommendations for water chemistry monitoring and is a companion to the ASME “Consensus on Operating Practices for the Control of Feedwater and Boiler Water Chemistry in Modern Industrial Boilers,” “A Practical Guide to Avoiding Steam Purity Problems in the Industrial Plant,” and “Consensus on Operating Practices for Control of Water and Steam Chemistry in Combined Cycle and Cogeneration Power Plants.”.This book focuses on engineering fundamentals of water use for cooling needs of thermoelectric, or steam cycle, power plants, along with environmental and economic contexts.
Water has historically been abundant and cheap; however, the ever-growing human demands for fresh surface water and groundwater are potentially putting ecosystems at risk.Chapter 37 - Wastewater Treatment.
Chapter 38 - Gas Cleaning Systems. Control Water Analyses and their Interpretation. Chapter 39 - Analytical Methods And Equipment.
Chapter 40 - Expression Of Analytical Results. External Treatment. Boiler Water Systems. Cooling Water Systems. Chemical Feed and Control. Wastewater and Gas Cleaning Systems.