There are three main types of boiler which can all be condensing: Combi boilers Heat only boilers System boilers
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07/08/2016 · Then please ensure he is aware that latent heat recovery in the boiler exhaust comes from the conversion of steam to condensate, not from the further cooling of condensate. During the transfer from (invisible) steam to (visible) vapour the temperature remains constant. The cooling of water vapour to extract heat requires a change in temperature.
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The condensing steam cycle is shown diagrammatically in Figure 22.8.The fuel is fired in a boiler which converts the heat released from combustion to steam at high pressure and temperature. This steam is then expanded through a turbine for generation of electrical power.
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27/03/2020 · A steam condenser is a closed vessel in which steam is condensed by abstracting the heat by cooling it with water and where the pressure is maintained below atmospheric pressure. The condensed steam is known as condensate. The efficiency of the steam power plant is increased by the use of a condenser.
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