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Fire Tube and Water Tube Boilers

ANIL KUMAR S ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SNIST

Fire Tube Boilers



Simple Vertical Cochran Cornish Lancashire Locomotive

Water Tube Boilers


Babcock and Wilcox
Bension boiler Lamont boiler

Cochran Boiler
Working Pressure
Steam Capacity Efficiency Tubes diameter Free from overheating
20 bar 3000kg/hr 70 to 75% 6cm

Light, Compact and occupy less space


Cost of construction is low Easy to install and transport

Lancashire Boiler
Two internal flues
Slow initial generation of steam Reliable and bear overload Economical within their operating capacity Working pressure Steam Capacity
16 - 17 bar 2000 5000kg/hr

Lancashire Boiler

Locomotive Boiler

High evaporating capacity Capable of meeting fluctuating loads Portability Compact Low installation cost Possible leakage at joints Sediments cause corrosion and scale formation Difficult to clean Large flat surfaces need bracing Cannot carry high overloads due to overheating Constructional limits for pressure and capacity

Locomotive Boiler

Babcock and Wilcox Boiler


Generate Steam at high pressure and rate is high (40 bar and 40000kg/hr)
For given output it occupies less space Parts are accessible for cleaning, inspection and repair Parts of coiler can be separated and transported easily Fuel is completely burnt due to large heating surface

Pure feed water required


Cost is high Not portable

Babcock Wilcox Boiler