The condensate load calculations are based on a surrounding temperature 70 oF and 80% efficient insulation. For temperatures at 0 oF the loads should be added approximately 50%.
Steam and condensate pipes - heat loss uninsulated and insulated pipes, insulation thickness and more.
Steam & condensate systems- properties, capacities, pipe sizing, systems configuration and more.
Huge amounts of condensate are generated when cold steam pipes are heated up must be drained from the pipes.
When cold steam pipes are heated up they generate huge amounts of condensate that must be drained away from the pipe through steam traps - in Imperial Units.
Friction or major resistance in condensate pipe lines.
Flow and pressure loss in condensate return lines - SI Units.
Calculate flash steam generation in condensate pipe lines.
Calculating steam and condensate loads in steam heated systems.
Heat loss from steam pipes generates condensate which must be drained from the system.
Recommended insulation thickness for heating systems like hot water and low, medium or high pressure steam systems.
Maximum capacities for condensate pipe lines in kW steam consumption.
Max. capacities (lb/hour) in gravity condensate return lines.
Calculating the amount of steam in non-flow batch and continuous flow heating processes.
Properly draining steam pipes for condensate.
Steam trap selection guide - Float & Thermostatic, Inverted Bucket, Bimetal Thermostatic, Impulse and Thermodynamic Disc steam traps.
Selection of steam traps and their safety factors.
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