The History of Steam
you look up steam on the internet, you get a host of links –
and most of these show old steam locomotives!! But steam is a lot
more than the old world engines of the industrial revolution.
Steam today is an integral and essential part of modern
technology. You cannot even begin to imagine the uses of steam in
our modern world. Read the History of Steam to find out more....
like English, there is the language of steam which needs to be
learnt before we dive into the basics of understanding steam.
dwells on the fundamental constituents of the universe, the forces
they exert on one another, and the results produced by these
forces. Here, we understand water molecules, what happens when
they are heated, pressurized and turned into steam.
we will cover – the calculation of steam consumption
requirements, sizing steam and condensate lines and lots of tables
study of Economics with respect to steam will cover the direct and
indirect cost of steam and savings accrued from
Condensate and Flash recovery.
school biology was taught to us as the science of life. At
Steamline, 'BOIL'ogy is the science of boilers!! Here we will
study everything from Boiler evolution to boiler efficiency
Geography of a process plant
is the science or the study of earth and its life; a description
of land, sea, air and the distribution of plant and animal life
including people and cities.
We will study the steam circuit in
a typical process plant, describe the various loops within the
steam system and study how the different parts of the steam plant
relate to each other....
is the study of matter and the changes that take place inside that
Our matter is steam and what happens to it inside the
boiler. Wet steam, steam and air, feed water and air, combustion -
these are some of the topics studied here.
brief look at IBR ...
to help us calculate Steam savings, Heat Balance, Line Sizing,