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    Equipment- English

    Industrial Boiler Design

    A boiler is any closed vessel in which for any purpose, steam is generated under pressure that is greater than atmospheric pressure. It includes any economizer used to heat to the water fed to the boiler, any super heater used for heating steam, and any pipes and fitting connected to the equipment. The boiler system comprises of a feed water system, steam system and fuel system. The feed water system provides water to the boiler and regulates it automatically to meet the steam demand. The steam system collects and controls the steam produced in the boiler. Steam is directed through a piping system to the point of use. Steam pressure is regulated using valves and checked…

  • Boiler Books

    in this section you will find books about boiler, their function, types, uses, classification, design aspects, how do they work? and many other useful books. Basic Fundamentals of Boiler Design Download A Guide for Fire Tube Boiler Download Boiler Fundamentals and Best Practices Download Boiler and Pressure Plant Download Boiler Efficiency and Combustion Download Guide Safety Download Boiler Technical Manual Download Steam Boiler Full Package  134 MB Download High Pressure Boilers Operator Download Boiler Control System Download Boiler’s Operator Preparation Guide Download  Boiler Operation Download Boilers, Evaporators & Condensers Download   Industrial Boilers and Heat Recovery Steam Generators Download Types of Boilers Download Boilers Study -Thermal Engineering Download Boilers Types…

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    Petroleum - English

    What is Oxygen Scavenger

    Is oxygen corrosive? Yes. Oxygen is a highly reactive gaseous element. In the presence of steel, the corrosion rate of oxygen doubles for each 30°F rise in temperature. For example, in a boiler system operating at 400 psig and 444°F, the corrosion rate for oxygen is 256 times more reactive than at room temperature. How does oxygen attack metal surfaces? Oxygen forms localized corrosion areas referred to as “pits.” This distinctive formation is readily distinguishable from acid attack, caustic gouging or chelate corrosion. Oxygen pits can rapidly “drill” through metal surfaces, leading to metal fatigue and failure. What is the oxygen corrosion mechanism? Oxygen corrosion is an electrochemical process similar…