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Practical laws and data on the condensation of steam in covered and bare pipes
Charles Pearson Paulding
|Statement||By Charles P. Paulding, M.E.|
|Contributions||Péclet, Eugène, 1793-1857.|
|LC Classifications||QC323 .P32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 102 p.|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||04008971|
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Condensate Generation in Cold Steam Pipes - Sizing of Steam Traps Some of our calculators and applications let you save application data to your local computer.
These applications will - due to browser restrictions - send data between your browser and our server. We don't save this data. The figures for heat emission from bare steel pipes (Table ), can be used when multiplied in accordance with the factors in Tablesand where appropriate.
If finned tubing is being considered, then the maker’s figures for heat emission should be used in all cases. BOILER ROOM PIPING. In the design of a steam plant, the piping system should receive the most careful consideration.
Aside from the constructive details, good practice in which is fairly well established, the important factors are the size of the piping to be employed and the methods utilized in avoiding difficulties from the presence in the system of water of condensation and the means.
New York, net Paulding, C. Practical Laws and Data on the Con- densation of Steam in Covered and Bare Pipes; to which is added a translation of Peclet's "Theory and Experiments on the Transmission of Heat through Insulating Materials.
" With tables, figures and dia- grams. Svo., Cloth, illustrated. Cold water supply piping: Condensation can occur on all types of cold water supply piping materials, but we see the most significant condensation on metal cold water pipes (copper, galvanized steel) and a bit less on plastic piping, probably because the plastic does not so quickly conduct water temperature to the outside of the pipe.
Steam Steam is the most widely-used heat source in most chemical plants. Steam has a number of advantages as a hot utility: † The heat of condensation of steam is high, giving a high heat output per pound of utility at constant temperature (compared to other File Size: 1MB. steam data should be useful as a guide in analyzing the relatively small amount of high- cost alkali-metal- condensing data as it becomes available.
local heat-transfer data for steam condensing inside a tube. of condensing heat-transfer coefficients and their variation with distance down the tube were Size: 1MB. Conversely, in well-maintained steam pipes, there is significantly less air after start-up and very little water, which slows the advancement of rust.
Additionally, less rust will generally form in a closed condensate recovery system than in an open recovery system due to. If the water content of the steam is 5‰ by mass, then the steam is said to be 95% dry and has a dryness fraction of The actual enthalpy of evaporation of wet steam is the product of the dryness fraction (X) and the specific enthalpy (h fg) from the steam tables.
Wet steam will have lower usable heat energy than dry saturated steam.(a) Steam from either flashing, trap leaks, or opened valves in a condensate return line forms large pockets, even though the steam mass may be small.
(b) The mass of condensate is relatively high, pulling heat from the steam, which causes the steam pockets to collapse, thereby creating a localized low-pressure void.The pH of the water is reduced and its corrosivity is increased. In pure condensate at 65°C, 1 ppm dissolved CO 2 will decrease pH from to Ammonia may be sometimes present, forming NH 4 OH with water.
However, copper and copper alloys in the condensate system are sensitive to corrosion; ammonia dissolves the protective Cu 2 O layer on copper alloy and can cause stress corrosion cracking.