BOILER DESIGN AND SELECTION IN THE INDUSTRY - Semantic ScholarProceedings of The South Afvican Sugar Technologists&39; Association-March 1966 29 BOILER DESIGN AND SELECTION IN THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY By N. MAGASINER I. 00 Properties and Uses of Steam 1 .I Properties Steam is a colourless odourless gas produced by - adding heat to water. Its physical properties have beenCONDITIONING BOILER FEEDWATER FOR THE - Semantic ScholarWater is as much a raw material in the manufacture of sugar as sugar cane itself. Both of these raw materials are of variable compositions and require regular control testing. Mill laboratories are naturally occupied in testing all stages of the manufacture of the final product. Efficient modern practice calls for regular control testing of water quality, particularly the quality of the boiler

AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF BOILER PLANT IN THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY-imposed on boiler plant in the cane sugar industry. The boiler is a 66,000 p.p.h. unit fitted with self-feeding furnaces, single element "Copes" feedwater regulator and a master steam pressure con- troller coupled to the F.D. fan damper. While furnace pressure controls are fitted these were notJune OPERATING EXPERIENCE ON SINGLE AND - Semantic ScholarBOILERS IN THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO EROSION AND DRUM WATER LEVEL STABILITY By N. MAGASINER, D. P. NAUDE and P. J. McINTYRE John Thompson Africa (Pty) Limited, Bellville, Cape Abstract Two boiler designs have recently emerged to suit the present requirements of the cane sugar industry, viz the single pass[PDF] BOILERS , BOILER FUEL AND BOILER EFFICIENCY This paper describes the modern boilers in the South African sugar industry. A new equation for the calculation of the net calorific value (NCV) of bagasse is suggested and a distinction is made between boiler design efficiency and boiler operation efficiency. Methods to calculate fuel calorific values and boiler efficiencies from first principles are presented.

[PDF] ANALYSIS OF COGENERATION SYSTEMS IN SUGAR CANE The sugar cane industry represents one of the most important economic sectors in Brazil. It produces sugar and ethanol for the internal and external markets. Also, thermal and electric energy are produced for the own factory consumption, using sugar cane bagasse as fuel in cogeneration plants. Almost all the sugar cane factories in Brazil are self-sufficient in terms of energy supply and in

A RELIABLE HIGH EFFICIENCY SUGAR MILL BOILERsugar mill boiler staff but nevertheless sufficiently auto­ mated to minimise staffand maximise reliability. The impact of these three requirements on the selectionand design of the boiler is discussed. Boiler Size and Supplier The factory&39;ssteam andenergy balanceand the scrappingof two old boilers required that the new boiler be of at least 120

FROM BI-DRUM TO MONODRUM™ STEAM - Semantic ScholarBarata, J.C.F. et al. Proc. Int. Soc. Sugar Cane Technol., Vol. 26, 2007 _____ The main goal of this paper is to discuss how the shift towards increased power generation in the Brazilian sugar mills has led to the development of a Monodrum™ boiler for this application The bi-drum Brazilian bagasse-fired boiler in the sugar mill scenario

Design and development of an extensive - Semantic ScholarThe improvement of the co-generation plant in sugar factories and selling additional power to the national grid may be possible. This generates additional revenue in the sugar mills. The steam demand in process can be minimized by secondary power production in the co-generation plant. The secondary power production in the co-generation plant can be achieved in online process by employing