Using Steam Accumulators to Satisfy Fluctuating Boiler Steam Demand

  • 1 December 2020
  • Author: Jeff Lazor
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Using Steam Accumulators to Satisfy Fluctuating Boiler Steam Demand

Modern boiler plants are increasingly focused on energy efficiency, reducing their physical footprint, as well as minimizing capital and installation costs. Companies are striving to keep their total cost of operation as low as possible to remain competitive in the global economy. One of the challenges is having a steam supply that can handle large variations in demand. If the boiler is too small to handle peak demands, the plant cannot operate as designed. If the boiler is sized to handle short bursts of steam, the boiler may be oversized and have higher energy input versus output due to lower efficiencies at lower loads.

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