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[A] BOILER DUTY FOR INITIAL HEATING OIL INSIDE TANK

[1] DUTY FOR HEATING HEAVY FUEL OIL [HFO] "INSIDE" STORAGE TANK
Service = To heat up oil temperature inside tank to specified temperature
HFO Temperature Initial = 10 o
C
HFO Temperature Final = 40 o
C
HFO Gross Volume = 6,500 m
3 Refer to bid document 1.6.1. Tank Dimension
HFO Net Working Volume = 6,150 m
3
HFO Mass Density = 0.991 kg/lt Refer to reference
= 991 kg/m
3
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
HFO Mass Stock = 6,094,650 kg
Number of HFO Tank = 3 ea
Total HFO Mass Stock = 18,283,950 kg
Pumping frequency = 96 hr
= 345,600 sec
= 4 days Refer to bid document 2.2.4. Pipework
Heating duty = 2,725,134 Joule/sec
= 2.725 MW
Hot water operating pressure = 3 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 100 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,397 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 16 kg/sec
= 56,214 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 56,269 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[2] BOILER DUTY DURING INITIAL OPERATION
Boiler heating duty = 2.725 MW
Boiler heating capacity = 4.500 MW
Note = Oke becauce boiler is over capacity
6500 m
3
[3] FASTEST PERIOD FOR HEATING 3 OIL STORAGE
Service = To heat up oil temperature inside tank to specified temperature
HFO Temperature Initial = 10 o
C
HFO Temperature Final = 40 o
C
HFO Volume = 6,500 m
3 Refer to bid document 1.6.1. Tank Dimension
HFO Net Working Volume = 6,150 m
3
HFO Mass Density = 0.991 kg/lt Refer to reference
= 991 kg/m
3
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
HFO Mass Stock = 6,094,650 kg
Number of HFO Tank = 3 ea
Total HFO Mass Stock = 18,283,950 kg
Maximumtime for heating up = 58 hr
= 209,316 sec
= 2 days
Pumping frequency period = 96 hr
= 4 days Refer to bid document 2.2.4. Pipework
Note = Oke because shorther than pumping frequency period
Boiler duty = 4,499,442 Joule/sec
= 4.50 MW
Boiler design duty = 4.50 MW Refer to bid document data
Heat balance = 1
Hot water operating pressure = 3 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 100 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,397 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 26 kg/sec
= 92,826 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 92,921 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
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[B] BOILER DUTY DURING NORMAL OPERATION
[1] DUTY FOR HEATING UP HEAVY FUEL OIL [HFO] "OUTLET" STORAGE TANK
Service = To heat up pumped oil temperature to specified value
HFO Temperature Inlet = 40 o
C
HFO Temperature Outlet = 50 o
C
HFO Mass Flow = 600 ton/hr
= 600,000 kg/hr
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
Heating duty = 10,302,000,000 Joule/hr
= 2.862 MW
HFO Inlet HFO Outlet
Hot Water Inlet
Hot Water
Outlet
Hot water operating pressure = 3 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 100 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,397 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 16 kg/sec
= 59,030 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 59,098 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[2] DUTY FOR HEATING HEAVY FUEL OIL [HFO] "INSIDE" STORAGE TANK
Service = To maintain oil temperature inside tank to specified temperature
HFO Temperature Initial = 35 o
C
HFO Temperature Final = 40 o
C
HFO Volume = 6,500 m
3
HFO Mass Density = 0.991 kg/lt Refer to reference
= 991 kg/m
3
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
HFO Mass Stock = 6,441,500 kg
Number of HFO Tank = 3 ea
Total HFO Mass Stock = 19,324,500 kg
Maximumtime for heating up = 120 hr Refer to bid document 4.10.8. HFO Storage Tank Heating Coil
= 432,000 sec
= 5 days
Heating duty = 384,030 Joule/sec
= 0.3840 MW
Hot water operating pressure = 3 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 100 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,397 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 2 kg/sec
= 7,922 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 7,929 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[3] BOILER DUTY DURING NORMAL OPERATION
Boiler heating duty = 3.25 MW
Boiler heating capacity = 4.50 MW
Note = Oke becauce boiler is over capacity
6500 m
3
[C] HOT WATER SUMMARY
Hot water mass rate = 56,269 kg/hr Initial heating up period for 4 days
= 92,921 kg/hr Initial heating up period with maximum boiler capacity
= 67,027 kg/hr Heating up duty during normal operation
Selected hot water mass rate = 92,921 kg/hr Higher value is selected
[D] MAKE UP WATER CALCULATION
Boiler cycle of concentration = 10 Typical boiler 10 ~ 50 COC
% Blow down = 10 % Initial heating up period with maximum boiler capacity
Boiler feed water mass rate = 6,894 kg/hr Refer to Hysis Simulation
Boiler blow down mass rate = 689 kg/hr
Boiler make up water = 689 kg/hr
= 0.6894 m
3
/hr
Condition :
Steammass rate = 6,894 kg/hr
Steamoperating pressure = 3 barg Refer to Hysis Simulation
Steamoperating pressure = 143.7 o
C Refer to Hysis Simulation
[E] WASTE HEAT RECOVERY IN FORT VICTORIA POWER STATION
[1] FORT VICTORIA POWER STATION
Fort Victoria power plant capacity = 90 MW Refer to data googling
Fort Victoria power plant capacity for design heat recovery = 45 MW Assume
Machine = diesel engine generator Refer to data googling
Engine brand = Wartsila
Number of engine = 6 ea Refer to data googling
Capacity each engine = 15 MW Refer to data googling
Efficiency = 45 % Refer to product bulletin (if no data use value 30 ~ 35 %)
Total fuel heat combustion = 100 MW
Total heat loss = 55 MW
Heat loss carried by flue gas = 60 % total heat loss Refer to reference
= 33 MW
Heat loss carried by engine cooling system = 40 % total heat loss Refer to reference
= 22 MW
Net caloric value = 40 MJ/kg Refer to reference
Total HFO mass rate to engine = 2.5 kg/sec
= 9,000 kg/hr
[2] PRE-HEATER DUTY
Hot water operating pressure = 3 barg
Max hot water mass rate = 92,921 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water inlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 80 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,356 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Preheater duty = 8,070,203,531 Joule/hr
= 2.242 MW Refer to manual calculation
= 2.241 MW Refer to Hysis simulation
Heat available in Fort Victoria Power Plant = 22 MW
Note = Heat recovery is available
Hot water operating pressure = 6 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 100 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,396 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 70 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,341 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 17 kg/sec
= 61,559 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 61,597 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[F] HEAT BALANCE AROUND STEAM DRUM DURING NORMAL OPERATION
Steamcondition = saturated
Steammass rate = 4,680 kg/hr Calculated
Steamtemperature = 143.72 o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Steampressure = 3.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Make up water condition = subcooled
Make up water mass rate = 689 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Make up water temperature = 20.00 o
C Assume
Make up water pressure = 3.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water inlet tank condition = subcooled
Hot water inlet water mass rate = 67,027 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water inlet water temperature = 100.00 o
C Assume
Hot water inlet water pressure = 3.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet tank condition = subcooled
Hot water outlet water mass rate = 62,347 kg/hr Calculated
Hot water outlet water temperature = 60.00 o
C Assume
Hot water outlet water pressure = 3.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Blow down water condition = subcooled
Blow down water mass rate = 689 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Blow down water temperature = 100.00 o
C Assume
Blow down water pressure = 3.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Steammass flow rate during normal condition = 4,680 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Boiler design capacity = 6,894 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Note = Oke due to steamdemand is lower than steamdesign capacity
[A] BOILER DUTY FOR INITIAL HEATING OIL INSIDE TANK
[1] DUTY FOR HEATING HEAVY FUEL OIL [HFO] "INSIDE" STORAGE TANK
Service = To heat up oil temperature inside tank to specified temperature
HFO Temperature Initial = 10 o
C
HFO Temperature Final = 40 o
C
HFO Gross Volume = 6,500 m
3 Refer to bid document 1.6.1. Tank Dimension
HFO Net Working Volume = 6,150 m
3
HFO Mass Density = 0.991 kg/lt Refer to reference
= 991 kg/m
3
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
HFO Mass Stock = 6,094,650 kg
Number of HFO Tank = 3 ea
Total HFO Mass Stock = 18,283,950 kg
Pumping frequency = 96 hr
= 345,600 sec
= 4 days Refer to bid document 2.2.4. Pipework
Heating duty = 2,725,134 Joule/sec
= 2.725 MW
Hot water operating pressure = 5 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 140 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,526 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 8 kg/sec
= 27,698 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 27,830 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[2] BOILER DUTY DURING INITIAL OPERATION
Boiler heating duty = 2.725 MW
Boiler heating capacity = 4.500 MW
Note = Oke becauce boiler is over capacity
6500 m
3
[3] FASTEST PERIOD FOR HEATING 3 OIL STORAGE
Service = To heat up oil temperature inside tank to specified temperature
HFO Temperature Initial = 10 o
C
HFO Temperature Final = 40 o
C
HFO Volume = 6,500 m
3 Refer to bid document 1.6.1. Tank Dimension
HFO Net Working Volume = 6,150 m
3
HFO Mass Density = 0.991 kg/lt Refer to reference
= 991 kg/m
3
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
HFO Mass Stock = 6,094,650 kg
Number of HFO Tank = 3 ea
Total HFO Mass Stock = 18,283,950 kg
Maximumtime for heating up = 58 hr
= 209,316 sec
= 2 days
Pumping frequency period = 96 hr
= 4 days Refer to bid document 2.2.4. Pipework
Note = Oke because shorther than pumping frequency period
Boiler duty = 4,499,442 Joule/sec
= 4.50 MW
Boiler design duty = 4.50 MW Refer to bid document data
Heat balance = 1
Hot water operating pressure = 5 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 140 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,526 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 13 kg/sec
= 45,737 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 45,955 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
.
[B] BOILER DUTY DURING NORMAL OPERATION
[1] DUTY FOR HEATING UP HEAVY FUEL OIL [HFO] "OUTLET" STORAGE TANK
Service = To heat up pumped oil temperature to specified value
HFO Temperature Inlet = 40 o
C
HFO Temperature Outlet = 50 o
C
HFO Mass Flow = 600 ton/hr
= 600,000 kg/hr
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
Heating duty = 10,302,000,000 Joule/hr
= 2.862 MW
HFO Inlet HFO Outlet
Hot Water Inlet Hot Water
Outlet
Hot water operating pressure = 5 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 140 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,526 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 8 kg/sec
= 29,085 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 29,231 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[2] DUTY FOR HEATING HEAVY FUEL OIL [HFO] "INSIDE" STORAGE TANK
Service = To maintain oil temperature inside tank to specified temperature
HFO Temperature Initial = 35 o
C
HFO Temperature Final = 40 o
C
HFO Volume = 6,500 m
3
HFO Mass Density = 0.991 kg/lt Refer to reference
= 991 kg/m
3
HFO Specific Heat = 1,717 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to reference
HFO Mass Stock = 6,441,500 kg
Number of HFO Tank = 3 ea
Total HFO Mass Stock = 19,324,500 kg
Maximumtime for heating up = 120 hr Refer to bid document 4.10.8. HFO Storage Tank Heating Coil
= 432,000 sec
= 5 days
Heating duty = 384,030 Joule/sec
= 0.3840 MW
Hot water operating pressure = 5 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 140 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,526 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 1.08 kg/sec
= 3,903 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 3,931 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
6500 m
3
[3] BOILER DUTY DURING NORMAL OPERATION
Boiler heating duty = 3.25 MW
Boiler heating capacity = 4.50 MW
Note = Oke becauce boiler is over capacity
[C] HOT WATER SUMMARY
Hot water mass rate = 27,830 kg/hr Initial heating up period for 4 days
= 45,955 kg/hr Initial heating up period with maximum boiler capacity
= 33,162 kg/hr Heating up duty during normal operation
Selected hot water mass rate = 45,955 kg/hr Higher value is selected
[D] MAKE UP WATER CALCULATION
Boiler cycle of concentration = 10 Typical boiler 10 ~ 50 COC
% Blow down = 10 % Initial heating up period with maximum boiler capacity
Boiler feed water mass rate = 7,381 kg/hr Refer to Hysis Simulation
Boiler blow down mass rate = 738 kg/hr
Boiler make up water = 738 kg/hr
= 0.7381 m
3
/hr
Condition :
Steammass rate = 7,381 kg/hr
Steamoperating pressure = 5 barg Refer to Hysis Simulation
Steamoperating pressure = 159.0 o
C Refer to Hysis Simulation
[E] WASTE HEAT RECOVERY IN FORT VICTORIA POWER STATION
[1] FORT VICTORIA POWER STATION
Fort Victoria power plant capacity = 90 MW Refer to data googling
Fort Victoria power plant capacity for design heat recovery = 45 MW Assume
Machine = diesel engine generator Refer to data googling
Engine brand = Wartsila
Number of engine = 6 ea Refer to data googling
Capacity each engine = 15 MW Refer to data googling
Efficiency = 45 % Refer to product bulletin (if no data use value 30 ~ 35 %)
Total fuel heat combustion = 100 MW
Total heat loss = 55 MW
Heat loss carried by flue gas = 60 % total heat loss Refer to reference
= 33 MW
Heat loss carried by engine cooling system = 40 % total heat loss Refer to reference
= 22 MW
Net caloric value = 40 MJ/kg Refer to reference
Total HFO mass rate to engine = 2.5 kg/sec
= 9,000 kg/hr
[2] PRE-HEATER DUTY
Hot water operating pressure = 5 barg
Max hot water mass rate = 45,955 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water inlet temperature = 60 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,329 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 80 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,356 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Preheater duty = 3,991,155,665 Joule/hr
= 1.109 MW Refer to manual calculation
= 1.108 MW Refer to Hysis simulation
Heat available in Fort Victoria Power Plant = 22 MW
Note = Heat recovery is available
Hot water operating pressure = 6 barg
Hot water inlet temperature = 100 o
C
Cp hot water inlet = 4,396 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet temperature = 70 o
C
Cp hot water outlet = 4,341 Joule/kg.
o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water mass rate = 8 kg/sec
= 30,436 kg/hr Refer to manual calculation
= 30,479 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
[F] HEAT BALANCE AROUND STEAM DRUM DURING NORMAL OPERATION
Steamcondition = saturated
Steammass rate = 4,640 kg/hr Calculated
Steamtemperature = 158.96 o
C Refer to Hysis simulation
Steampressure = 5.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Make up water condition = subcooled
Make up water mass rate = 738 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Make up water temperature = 20.00 o
C Assume
Make up water pressure = 5.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water inlet tank condition = subcooled
Hot water inlet water mass rate = 33,162 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water inlet water temperature = 140.00 o
C Assume
Hot water inlet water pressure = 5.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Hot water outlet tank condition = subcooled
Hot water outlet water mass rate = 28,522 kg/hr Calculated
Hot water outlet water temperature = 60.00 o
C Assume
Hot water outlet water pressure = 5.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Blow down water condition = subcooled
Blow down water mass rate = 738 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Blow down water temperature = 140.00 o
C Assume
Blow down water pressure = 5.00 barg Refer to Hysis simulation
Steammass flow rate during normal condition = 4,640 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Boiler design capacity = 7,381 kg/hr Refer to Hysis simulation
Note = Oke due to steamdemand is lower than steamdesign capacity
Dearator Dimension Calculator
1.000 m Select Units
2.000 m
0.26 m Select Head Type
1.57 m
1.83 m
2.17 m Number of heads included in level calculation
6.28 m
8.5 m
m m m % m %
Low low 0.100 0.90 0.089 4.9 1.40 16.6
Low 0.200 0.80 0.251 13.7 2.16 25.6
Normal 0.500 0.50 0.916 50.0 4.23 50.0
High 0.850 0.15 1.669 91.1 6.66 78.8
High High 0.900 0.10 1.744 95.1 7.05 83.4
Overflow 1.000 0.00 1.833 100.0 8.45 100.0
1.42 m BETWEEN LLL AND HLL (LV ON/OFF ACTION)
77.4 %
0.74 m
3
/hr
128.43 minutes Oke For accomodating surge and hold up
10.00 minutes
Internal Diameter :
Tan-Tan Length :
Volume of two heads :
Shell Volume :
Vapour Volume
Total Volume :
Heads SA :
Shell SA :
Surface Area :
Working Volume :
Utilisation :
Flowrate :
Residence Time :
Total Residence Time :
Volume Wetted Area Wetted Area
Level Setting
Levels
Residence Time Specified by Client :
Refer to Spiraxsarco (Typical 10 ~ 20
minutes)
L = 2000 mm
Vendor to Advice
Vendor to Advice
Dearator Inlet Water Flow
Dearator Inlet Steam Flow
ID = 1000 mm
(L/ID) = 2
Venting
Total Vol. Retention Time Retention Time
From LALL Between Level Between Level
m hours Minutes
- 0.121 7.24
0.2 0.219 13.15
0.8 0.902 54.09
1.6 1.020 61.18
1.7 0.101 6.06
1.7 0.121 7.24
2.483 148.97 Total Residence Time :
Overflow = 1000 mm
High high level = 900 mm
High level = 850 mm
Normal level = 500 mm
Low level = 200 mm
Low low level = 100 mm
Vendor to Advice
Pressure 760 mmHg = 1 atm
Temperature
o
C ppm ppm
0 14.4 14.425
10 11.3 11.219
20 8.85 8.839
30 7.2 7.172
40 6.2 6.036
50 5.6 5.213
60 4.95 4.482
70 4 3.661
80 3.05 2.639
90 1.8 1.414
100 0 0.125
A = 3.00E-09
B = -6.00E-07
C = 1.00E-05
D = 0.0042
E = -0.363
F = 14.425
760 mmHg = 1 atm
o
F
o
C gr/liter gr/liter ppm = mg/liter
40 4 0.0258 0.023 22.611
50 10 0.0223 0.022 21.500
60 16 0.0197 0.020 20.389
70 21 0.0177 0.019 19.278
80 27 0.0161 0.018 18.167
90 32 0.0147 0.017 17.056
100 38 0.0136 0.016 15.944
110 43 0.0126 0.015 14.833
120 49 0.0117 0.014 13.722
130 54 0.0107 0.013 12.611
140 60 0.0098 0.012 11.500
150 66 0.0089 0.010 10.389
160 71 0.0079 0.009 9.278
170 77 0.0068 0.008 8.167
180 82 0.0055 0.007 7.056
190 88 0.0041 0.006 5.944
200 93 0.0024 0.005 4.833
210 99 0.0004 0.004 3.722
A = -2.00E-04
B = 2.35E-02
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http://books.google.co.id/books?id=gK03hTP7NNcC&pg=PA84&lpg=PA84&dq=heat+losses+in+diesel+engine&source=bl&ots=_r4JXBz2Ls&sig=Y3urFd1KU7TfJZmVI_Enhu8W_Bo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2MrxU6nHB4K3uAShk4CgDA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=heat%20losses%20in%20diesel%20engine&f=false
214091248-Diesel-Engine-Power-Plants
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/air-solubility-water-d_639.html
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/air-solubility-water-d_639.html
Nalco Water Handbook
Deaerator in steam industrial system
http://www.spiraxsarco.com/resources/steam-engineering-tutorials/the-boiler-house/pressurised-deaerators.asp
Wartsila-O-E-RT-WHR
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GTMEIC
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Nalco Water Handbook
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Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
The Nalco Guide to Boiler Failure Analysis
GPSA Sect 18
GPSA Sect 18
AWT-2
http://www.gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=92
http://www.cewater.com/A55_BoilerSystem.html
http://www.cewater.com/A55_BoilerSystem.html
http://www.cewater.com/A55_BoilerSystem.html
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
EBMUD_WaterSmart_Guide_Thermodynamic_Processes
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Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
http://www.cleaverbrooks.com/Reference-Center/Boiler-Basics/Steam-or-Hot-Water.aspx
http://books.google.co.id/books?id=gK03hTP7NNcC&pg=PA84&lpg=PA84&dq=heat+losses+in+diesel+engine&source=bl&ots=_r4JXBz2Ls&sig=Y3urFd1KU7TfJZmVI_Enhu8W_Bo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2MrxU6nHB4K3uAShk4CgDA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=heat%20losses%20in%20diesel%20engine&f=false
214091248-Diesel-Engine-Power-Plants
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/air-solubility-water-d_639.html
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/air-solubility-water-d_639.html
Nalco Water Handbook
Deaerator in steam industrial system
http://www.spiraxsarco.com/resources/steam-engineering-tutorials/the-boiler-house/pressurised-deaerators.asp
Power-Plants-Product-Catalogue-2012-2nd-edition
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Power-Plants-Product-Catalogue-2012-2nd-edition
Power-Plants-Product-Catalogue-2012-2nd-edition
GTMEIC
5510-0136-00pp_low
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
Nalco Water Handbook
GPSA Sect 18
AWT-2
http://www.gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=92
http://www.cewater.com/A55_BoilerSystem.html
http://www.cewater.com/A55_BoilerSystem.html
http://www.cewater.com/A55_BoilerSystem.html
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
http://gc3.com/Default.aspx?tabid=91
EBMUD_WaterSmart_Guide_Thermodynamic_Processes
EBMUD_WaterSmart_Guide_Thermodynamic_Processes
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
Essentials for a Sound Boiler Water Treatment Program
http://www.cleaverbrooks.com/Reference-Center/Boiler-Basics/Steam-or-Hot-Water.aspx
http://books.google.co.id/books?id=gK03hTP7NNcC&pg=PA84&lpg=PA84&dq=heat+losses+in+diesel+engine&source=bl&ots=_r4JXBz2Ls&sig=Y3urFd1KU7TfJZmVI_Enhu8W_Bo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2MrxU6nHB4K3uAShk4CgDA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=heat%20losses%20in%20diesel%20engine&f=false
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/air-solubility-water-d_639.html
Nalco Water Handbook
Deaerator in steam industrial system
http://www.spiraxsarco.com/resources/steam-engineering-tutorials/the-boiler-house/pressurised-deaerators.asp
http://books.google.co.id/books?id=gK03hTP7NNcC&pg=PA84&lpg=PA84&dq=heat+losses+in+diesel+engine&source=bl&ots=_r4JXBz2Ls&sig=Y3urFd1KU7TfJZmVI_Enhu8W_Bo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2MrxU6nHB4K3uAShk4CgDA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=heat%20losses%20in%20diesel%20engine&f=false
http://www.spiraxsarco.com/resources/steam-engineering-tutorials/the-boiler-house/pressurised-deaerators.asp
http://books.google.co.id/books?id=gK03hTP7NNcC&pg=PA84&lpg=PA84&dq=heat+losses+in+diesel+engine&source=bl&ots=_r4JXBz2Ls&sig=Y3urFd1KU7TfJZmVI_Enhu8W_Bo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2MrxU6nHB4K3uAShk4CgDA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=heat%20losses%20in%20diesel%20engine&f=false