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Direct efficiency. This method calculates boiler efficiency by using the basic efficiency formula-η=(Energy output)/(Energy input) X 100. In order to calculate boiler efficiency by this method, we divide the total energy output of a boiler by total energy input given to the boiler, multiplied by hundred. Calculation of direct efficiency-E= [Q (H-h)/q*GCV]*100. Where,View More
Nov 24, 2016 · There are two methods of assessing boiler efficiency. 1) Boiler Efficiency by Direct Method: Where the energy gain of the working fluid (water and steam) is compared with the energy content of the boiler fuel. 2) Boiler Efficiency by Indirect Method: Where the efficiency is the difference between the losses and the energy input.View More
By analyzing the amount of unburned fuel and excess air in the exhaust, we can determine how effectively the heat content of a fuel is transferred into usable heat. If both the unburned fuel and excess air operate at low levels, then your burner system is considered efficient. The desired range for combustion efficiency is 75 - 89%.View More
Aug 29, 2017 · The calculation of boiler’s fuel efficiency boiler should consider the consumption amount of fuel used, so it is very appropriate to be used as a point of boiler economic analysis. Direct Method. There are two popular methods for calculating the fuel efficiency of the boiler; the direct method and the indirect one.View More
Oct 19, 2019 · where . We = Weight of water actually evaporated, ; H = Total heat of the steam formed, and ; h1 = Sensible heat of feed water.; Boiler Trial. The purposes of a boiler trial are: Used to Determine the generating capacity of the boiler. To determine the thermal efficiency of the boiler when working at a certain pressure.View More
Direct Method. efficiency (η) = Heat Input/Heat Output x 100 = Q x (hg - hf)/ Q x GCVhg x 100. Hg - the enthalpy of saturated steam in kcal/kg of steam. hf - the enthalpy of feed water in kcal/kg of water. Direct Method Advantages. • Quick evaluation.View More
ASME PTC 4 procedures provide two methods to determine boiler efficiency: the Input-Output Method and the Energy Balance Method. The advantag e of the Energy Balance MethodView More
It is calculated by dividing the boiler output (in BTUs) by the boiler input (in BTUs) and multiplying by 100. The actual input and output of the boiler are determined though instrumentation and the data is used in calculations that result in the fuel-to-steam efficiency.View More
Jan 14, 2015 · Unburnt losses in bottom ash (Carbon) Boiler Efficiency by indirect method = 100 - (L1 + L2 + L3 + L4 + L5 + L6 + L7 + L8) 6. This is also known as ‘input-output method’ due to the fact that it needs only the useful output (steam) and the heat input (i.e. fuel) for evaluating the efficiency.View More
The only way to calculate the actual thermal efficiency of an appliance is to measure the exact airflow across the heat exchanger and the change in air temperature across the heat exchanger and input the measured values into the sensible heat formula to calculate the heat energy input into the conditioned air.View More
To measure boiler efficiency in this way, we divide the total energy production of a boiler by total energy input provided to the boiler, multiplied by a hundred. Calculation Formula of direct efficiency of boiler-E= [Q (H-h)/q*GCV]*100. Where, Q= Quantity of steam generated (kg/hr) H= Enthalpy of steam (Kcal/kg) h= Enthalpy of water (kcal/kg)View More
The most important factor that affects the Boiler efficiency is the Gas temperature leaving the boiler. In a coal fired boiler of a 500 MW power plant if the temperature increases by ten degree centigrade the efficiency reduces by about 0.5 %. Another main factor is the unburnt coal in the in the ash.View More
Calculation of Boiler Efficiency by Indirect Method: Boiler efficiency is estimated by the calculation of various losses in the boiler. The fuel analysis is normally made on the basis of proximate analysis and the proximate analysis can be converted to ultimate analysis.View More
Find out the boiler effi- ciency by indirect method. 1. Energy Performance Assessment of Boilers Bureau of Energy Efficiency 14. Fuel firing rate = 5599.17 kg/hr Steam generation rate = 21937.5 kg/hr Steam pressure = 43 kg/cm2(g) Steam temperature = 377 °C Feed water temperature = 96 °C %CO.View More
Boiler efficiency can be calculated using ASME Performance Test Codes (PTC). PTC 34 is used for waste combustors with energy recovery using the boiler as a calorimeter. Using this method, the heat outputs, losses and credits must be calculated. Heat credits correct the efficiency to standard ambient conditions, such as air temperature.View More
There are two methods to determine boiler efficiency: direct method and indirect method. In this study, the efficiency of a fluidized bed boiler having a steam production capacity of 462000 kg/hView More
Direct Method for Calculating Boiler Efficiency Direct method compares the energy gain of the working fluid (water and steam) to the energy content of the fuel. This is also known as ‘input-output method’ due to the fact that it needs only the useful output (steam) and …View More