= 107 Pa
The velocity of air and flue gas in a smaller furnace should not exceed 2 m/s . Design velocities of larger furnaces should not exceed 10 m/s .
Required chimney area can be calculated as
A = Q / v (3)
A = cross-sectional area of chimney (m2)
Q = volume of flue gases at chimney temperature (m 3 /s)
v = velocity (m/s)
In general 1 kW boiler heat requires 1100 mm2 of chimney area.
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