Steam Calculators: Boiler Calculator - Energy

Steam Calculators: Boiler Calculator - Energy.gov

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Boiler Efficiency: Introduction and Methods of Calculation

Each boiler is given a boiler horsepower (BHP) rating based on the steam output capacity at 212°F and 0 psig. For this calculation, you will enter the steam load in pounds per hour, which will be divided by a constant of 34.5. This number represents the thermal energy rate required to turn 34.5 lbs of water at 212 °F to steam in one hour.

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Methods of Estimating Steam Consumption | Spirax Sarco

Online calculator to quickly determine Boiler Efficiency. Includes 53 different calculations. Equations displayed for easy reference.

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Steam Calculators: Boiler Calculator

Mar 17, 2015 · Calculation Details Step 1: Determine Properties of Steam Produced Using the Steam Property Calculator, properties are determined using Step 2: Determine Feedwater Properties and Mass Flow The feedwater flow rate can be calculated from steam mass flow and Step 3: Determine Blowdown Properties

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Sizing a Steam Boiler | U.S. Boiler Company

Mar 17, 2015 · Using the Steam Property Calculator, properties are determined using Steam Pressure and the selected second parameter (Temperature, Specific Enthalpy, Specific Entropy, or Quality). The Specific Enthalpy is then multiplied by the Mass Flow to get the Energy Flow: Pressure = 981.5 psig Temperature = 644.0 °C

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Boiler Sizing Calculators | Powerhouse

Mar 17, 2015 · Using the Steam Property Calculator, properties are determined using Steam Pressure and the selected second parameter (Temperature, Specific Enthalpy, Specific Entropy, or Quality). The Specific Enthalpy is then multiplied by the Mass Flow to get the Energy Flow: Pressure = 701.9 psig Temperature = 712.3 °C

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Calculator: Boiler Efficiency | TLV - A Steam Specialist

Nov 02, 2017 · W = boiler capacity (Btu/h) hg = enthalpy steam (Btu/lb) hf = enthalpy condensate (Btu/lb) m = steam evaporated (lb/h) Calculate the boiler capacity for example: Boiler capacity = Burner capacity * efficiency. Example: efficiency = 95% & Burner capacity =11,110 kW. boiler capacity =11,110 kW

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