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Sugar Cane Ethanol Plant - processdesign

Jan 17, 2014 · The fuel oil has a lower heating value of 39.9 MJ/L. Current designs include a single high pressure steam (HPS) stream utilized throughout the plant. The HPS will be maintained at 500℃, 20 bar as super saturated steam. our boilers will generate 8.7 million kg of HPS per hour.

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Claus Process - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Claus Process. Claus processes consist of a thermal reactor furnace, where the acid gas (mainly H2S) is fed together with combustion air, a waste heat boiler to recover heat and generate medium pressure steam, a series of sulfur condenser and a series of catalytic reactors (packed bed reactors for sulfur removal and organosulfur hydrolysis).

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Claus Process - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Claus Process. Claus processes consist of a thermal reactor furnace, where the acid gas (mainly H2S) is fed together with combustion air, a waste heat boiler to recover heat and generate medium pressure steam, a series of sulfur condenser and a series of catalytic reactors (packed bed reactors for sulfur removal and organosulfur hydrolysis).

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Glossary - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Condenser cooling water: A source of water external to a boiler's feed system is passed through the steam leaving the turbine in order to cool and condense the steam. This reduces the steam's exit pressure and recaptures its heat, which is then used to preheat fluid entering the boiler, thereby increasing the plant's thermodynamic efficiency.

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Selective Catalytic Reduction

Three basic system configurations have been used in power plant applications, depending on the location of the SCR unit relative to the dust and SO 2 removal units, as follows [1155]: High-dust arrangement (HD): The SCR unit is positioned immediately after the boiler. This configuration is used mostly in coal-fired applications, because the gas

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Glossary - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Condenser cooling water: A source of water external to a boiler's feed system is passed through the steam leaving the turbine in order to cool and condense the steam. This reduces the steam's exit pressure and recaptures its heat, which is then used to preheat fluid entering the boiler, thereby increasing the plant's thermodynamic efficiency.

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