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Chapter 9 Boilers - NAVY B

A boiler is an enclosed vessel in which water is heated and circulated, either as hot water or steam, to produce a source for either heat or power. A central heating plant may have one or more boilers that use gas, oil, or coal as fuel. The steam generate

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PDF Boilers - University of Alaba

tubes surrounded by water in a shell. The furnace/flame volume can either be inside or external to the shell that contains the water. The upper steam capacity of fire tube boilers is about 20,000 Ibm/hr, and the peak pressure obtainable is limited by thei

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