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Steam boilers

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  • 1. STEAM BOILERS
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONSTEAM GENERATOR OR BOILER A steam generator or boiler is usually a closed vessel made of steel. Its function is to transfer the heat produced by the combustion of fuel to water and ultimately to generate steam.
  • 3. The steam generated may be supplied :1.To an external combustion engine, i.e., steam engineand steam turbines2.At low pressures for industrial process work in cottonmills, sugar factories , breweries etc., and3.For producing hot water, which can be used forheating installations at much lower pressures
  • 4. IMPORTANT TERMS:• Boiler shell• Combustion chamber• Grate• Furnace• Heating surface• Mountings• Accessories
  • 5. CLASSIFICATION OF STEAM BOILERSThough there are many classifications of steam boilers, yet the following are important.1.ACCORDING TO THE CONTENTS IN THE TUBE:a)fire tube or smoke tube boilerb)water tube boiler.
  • 6. ACCORGING TO POSITION OF FURNACE:Internally fired boilersExternally fired boilersACCORDING TO AXIS OF FURNACE: Vertical boilers Horizontal boilersACCORDING TO NUMBER OF TUBES:Single tube boilersMulti tube boilers
  • 7. ACCORDING TO METHOD OF CIRCULATION OF WATER:• Natural circulation boilers• Forced circulation boilersACCORDING TO THE USE• Stationary boilers• Mobile boilersACCORDING TO SOURCE OF HEAT
  • 8. WATER TUBE STEAM BOILER: the water is contained inside the tubes(called water tubes)which are surrounded by flames and hot gases from outside.Ex: Babcock and Wilcox boiler, stirling boiler, la - Mont boiler, yarrow boiler and loeffler boiler
  • 9. FIRE TUBE BOILER In fire tube steam boilers, the flames and hot gases produced by the combustion of fuel pass through the tubes(called multi tubes) which are surrounded by water. The heat is conducted through the walls of the tube from the hot gases through the surrounding water.Ex: Cochran boiler, Lancashire boiler, Cornish boiler,
  • 10. WORKING OF AN COCHRAN BOILERConsidered to be one of the most efficient type multi tubular boilers.Consists of external cylindrical shell and fire box. The shell and fire box both are hemispherical.The fire box and combustion chamber is connected through a short pipe.The flue gases from the combustion chamber flow to the smoke box through a
  • 11. WORKING OF AN COCHRAN BOILER number of smoke tubes. The gases from the smoke box pass to the atmosphere through a chimney The external diameter of pipe is 62.5mm and are 165in number. Manhole is provided for cleaning.
  • 12. COCHRAN BOILER
  • 13. LANCASHIRE BOILER •
  • 14.  The boiler consists of a long cylindricalexternal shell (1) built of steel plates in sectionsriveted together. It has two large internal flue tubes (2). A fire grate (3) is also called furnace isprovided at one end of the flue tubes on whichsolid fuel is burnt. At the end of the fire grate there is a brick arch(5) to deflect the flue gases upwards. The hot flue gases leaving internal flue tubespasses through the bottom tube(6).
  • 15.  These flue gases move to the front of the boiler where they divide and flow into side tube (7). The flue gases then enter the main flue (9) which leads them to chimney. The damper (8) is fitted at one side flues to control the draught and thus regulate the rate of generation of steam. A spring loaded safety valve (10) and stop valve (11) are mounted.
  • 16.  A high steam and low water safety valve (12) isalso provided. A perforated feed pipe (14) controlled by a feedvalve is used for feeding water uniformly. An antipriming pipe (15) is provided to separateout water as far as possible. A blow-off cock (16) removes mud that settles atthe bottom of the boiler by forcing out some of thewater.
  • 17. CORNISH BOILERIt is a similar type of Lancashire boiler in all respects, except there is only one flue tube in Cornish boiler instead of two in Lancashire boiler.The diameter of Cornish boiler is generally 1m to 2m and its length various from 5m to 7.5m.The diameter of flue tube may be 0.6 times that of shell.
  • 18. CORNISH BOILER The capacity and working pressure of a Cornish boiler is low as compared to Lancashire boiler.