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Specific Steam Consumption is defined as the steam consumed by a locomotive’s cylinders per unit output of power. It is typically measured in kg/kWh or kg/KJ. A locomotive’s Specific Steam Consumption carries important implications as may be deduced from one of Porta’s favourite equations: Thus for any given boiler output, a locomotive’s power can be increased by reducing its specific steam …View More
Increasing steam pressure increases temperature - and increases heat transfer. Heat up time is decreased. Overall steam consumption may increase - due to higher heat loss, or decrease - due to to shorter heat up time, depending on the configuration of the actual system. Flow or Continuous Heating ProcessesView More
Vacuum steam is the general term used for saturated steam at temperatures below 100°C.; 1) Atmospheric pressure Absolute Pressure = Gauge Pressure + Atmospheric Pressure; Specific enthalpy - or Sensible Heat - is the quantity of heat in 1 kg of water according to the selected temperature; Example - Boiling Water at 100 o C and 0 bar. At atmospheric pressure - 0 bar gauge or absolute 101.33 kNView More
This free program will calculate the steam consumption for a turbine of known power and efficiency. The required data are the inlet steam pressure and temperature, and the exhaust pressure. The program will determine the specific and actual steam consumption, and the outlet steam enthalpy, entropy, temperature and quality. The program is very easy to use because all the required steam …View More
2 Specific Steam Consumption -LP kcal/Tonne 2586850 2677290 3 Specific Power Consumption kcal/Tonne 964931.952 710637.143 4 Total Specific Energy Consumption (Coated Board) kcal/Tonne 3689667.953 3577949.143 Steam – MP (T-MP/Tonne) (BY) = Steam Consumption (Tonne-MP) Production (Tonne) = (926/4587) = 0.201 Steam Consumption (Tonne-MP) =View More
Thrust-specific fuel consumption, fuel efficiency of an engine design with respect to thrust output Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Specific fuel consumption .View More
The ratio of the fuel mass flow of an aircraft engine to its output power, in specified units. Specific fuel consumption (abbreviated sfc or SFC) is a widely used measure of atmospheric engine performance. For reciprocating engines it is usually given in U.S. Customary units of pound-mass per hour per horsepower [ (lbm/h)/hp or lbm/ (hp·h)], and International System (SI) units of kilograms per hour per …View More
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:View More
This is called Specific Steam Consumption (SSC). Efficient machines are having Low Specific steam consumption i.e, to generate 1 MWhr they consume less steam, which is always preferable. Mostly with the size of the turbine it is reduce. Our 156 MW Steam turbine use to have SSC of around 0.37 mw/tn. Near about 2.7 Tons per MW generation.View More
The variable characterizing energy use per produced product and expressed as a ratio of thermodynamic units per physical unit is often referred to in literature as specific energy consumption (e.g., [8,12,16]). The meaning of SEC is to portray how much energy is used for producing a unit of product.View More
Jul 01, 2012 · The steam flow indicates the size of plant with its component part, and the specific steam consumption is a means whereby the relative sizes of different plants can be compared. The specific steam consumption is the steam flow in kg/h required to develop 1 kW, i.e. W x (specific steam consumption, s.s.c.) = 1 x 3600 kJ/h (where W is in kJ/kg),View More
Steam tables contain values such as enthalpy (h), specific volume (ν), entropy (s), etc. for saturated steam (100% dry) and for saturated water (0% dryness), but typically not for wet steam. These can be calculated by simply considering the ratio of steam to water, as described in the equations below: Specific Volume (ν) of Wet SteamView More
Specific Fuel Oil Consumption Definition Consumption of fuel oil per unit energy at out put shaft is known as Specific fuel oil consumption.Unit of specific fuel oil consumption is Kg/kWh or g/bhph .Or we can define in another way ie, mass of fuel oil consumed per average shaft power developed by the engine at the same timeView More
It is the rate of fuel consumption divided by the power produced. It may also be thought of as power-specific fuel consumption, for this reason. BSFC allows the fuel efficiency of different engines to be directly compared.View More
In thermodynamics, the specific volume of a substance is the ratio of the substance's volume to its mass. It is the reciprocal of density and an intrinsic property of matter as well. Specific volume is defined as the number of cubic meters occupied by one kilogram of a particular substance. The standard unit is the cubic meter per kilogram (/). = = −View More
The extract from the steam tables shown in Table 2.2.2 shows specific volume, and other data related to saturated steam. At 7 bar g, the saturation temperature of water is 170 °C. More heat energy is required to raise its temperature to saturation point at 7 bar g than would be needed if the water were at atmospheric pressure.View More
Step 1: Determine Properties of Steam Produced 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 = 727.6 psig; TemperatureView More
the specific consumption of heat at old and new units of much less (2 - 2.5%) than the 4% realized in turning to generating units producing 210 MW with standard Supercritical Steam Parameters. It should be noted that the maximum temperature of live steam is limited …View More
Online calculator to quickly determine Steam Flow Rate through Piping. Includes 53 different calculations. Equations displayed for easy reference.View More