Pressure and temperature. With saturated steam boilers, a physical correlation exists between temperature and pressure. This is represented graphically using what is referred to as a boiling curve. Boiling curve of pure water in pressure-temperature graph (range < 40 bar) This means that the temperature in a saturated steam system can always beGet A Quote
Steam with a temperature equal to the boiling point at that pressure is known as dry saturated steam. However, to produce dry steam in an industrial boiler designed to produce saturated steam is rarely possible, and the steam will usually contain droplets of water.Get A Quote
May 12, 2014 · Meanwhile the temperature of the water in the wet leg stays at the ambient temperature of the boiler house. Water boiling at 1310 PSIG is 580°F and is only 73% as dense as 100°F water. Saturated (not superheated) steam at 1310 PSIG is 5% the density of 100°F water. For example, if a drum were full of 580°F water up to the top tap 50Get A Quote
Mar 17, 2015 · Step 1: Determine Properties of Steam Produced Using the Steam Property Calculator, properties are determined using Steam Pressure and the selected second parameter (Temperature, Specific Enthalpy, Specific Entropy, or Quality). The Specific Enthalpy is then multiplied by the Mass Flow to get the Energy Flow: Pressure = 746.4 psig; TemperatureGet A Quote
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