The difference between evaporator and steam generator

Equivalent Evaporation | Advanced Steam Traction

2017/6/23 · Equivalent evaporation actually indicates the amount of heat added in the boiler for steam generation. Equivalent evaporation refers to the quantity of dry saturated steam generated per unit of time from feedwater at 100°C to steam at 100°C at the saturation pressure corresponding to 100°C. Sometimes it is called equivalent evaporation from

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When is an unfired steam boiler not a heat exchanger? - Boiler and …

2017/11/28 · "Unfired pressure vessels in which steam is generated shall be classed as unfired steam boilers with the following exceptions: (a) vessels known as evaporators or heat exchangers" What is the difference between a device classified as an evaporator or heat Thx.

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What is the difference between boiler and evaporator? - Quora

Answer (1 of 8): Well both turn liquids into gasses….duh! But here stops the similarity. Both differ in technical and operational aspects. Writing them below: * Operating temperature: Both boilers and evaporators turn liquids into gasses but at different temperatures.

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Steam: Generation, Types and Volume | Energy Management

The generation of steam takes place in a boiler/steam generator. The water is supplied to the boiler at atmospheric pressure and temperature, and water is transformed into steam with the application of heat produced after the combustion of fuel in the boiler furnace. As the generation of steam takes place continuously, its pressure increases

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Equivalent Evaporation | Advanced Steam Traction

2017/6/23 · Equivalent evaporation actually indicates the amount of heat added in the boiler for steam generation. Equivalent evaporation refers to the quantity of dry saturated steam generated per unit of time from feedwater at 100°C to steam at 100°C at the saturation pressure corresponding to 100°C. Sometimes it is called equivalent evaporation from

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Difference Between Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG) & …

2009/7/13 · Heat Recovery Steam Generators - HRSG,s are an important part of the Combined Cycle Plant. How is it different from the combustion boilers? Some of the main differences are given in this article. Heat Recovery Steam Generator's (HRSG's) are waste heat boilers. The steam turbine or a downstream process uses the steam. The term HRSG refers to the waste heat boiler in a …

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Steam: Generation, Types and Volume | Energy Management

The generation of steam takes place in a boiler/steam generator. The water is supplied to the boiler at atmospheric pressure and temperature, and water is transformed into steam with the application of heat produced after the combustion of fuel in the boiler furnace. As the generation of steam takes place continuously, its pressure increases

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