Condensate Load from Heating Liquid

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Fluid Dynamics

formula - from Batch Heating Liquid

\(m_c =  1000c   \; \cdot \;  SG  \; \cdot \;   V     \frac  { T_o   \;   -   \;   T_i    }  { L  \; \cdot \;  t_h }   \)

Where:

\(m_c\) = condensate load

\(c\) = specific heat

\(SG\) = specific gravity

\(V\) = volume of liquid

\(T_i\) = liquid inlet temperature

\(T_o\) = liquid outlet temperature

\(L\) = latent heat of steam

\(t_h\) = heating time period

formula - from Continuously Heating Liquid

\(m_c =  1000c   \; \cdot \;  SG  \; \cdot \;   Q_l     \frac  { T_o  \;   -   \;   T_i    }  { L  }   \)

Where:

\(m_c\) = condensate load

\(c\) = specific heat

\(SG\) = specific gravity

\(Q_l\) = flow rate of liquid

\(T_i\) = liquid inlet temperature

\(T_o\) = liquid outlet temperature

\(L\) = latent heat of steam

 

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