Boiler Air Nozzle
- Size Difference as per Drawings and change by clients.
- Usage FOR BOILER AND PROCESS INDUSTRIES, FURNACE ETC.
- Pressure Other
- Length 80mm, 100mm, 146mm, 156mm, 166mm and other as per drawings Millimeter (mm)
- Height 75mm Millimeter (mm)
- Style Vertical
- Fuel Type Waste Heat
- Supply Ability : 5000 Unit Per Week
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Price And Quantity
- 100 INR/Piece
- 10 Unit
- Difference as per Drawings and change by clients.
- FOR BOILER AND PROCESS INDUSTRIES, FURNACE ETC.
- 80mm, 100mm, 146mm, 156mm, 166mm and other as per drawings Millimeter (mm)
- 40mm x 32mm x 146mm, 40mm x 32mm x 156mm, 40mm x 32mm x 166mm Millimeter (mm)
- 75mm Millimeter (mm)
- Waste Heat
- Heating Element
- BOILER AIR NOZZLE
- CAST IRON, STAINLESS STEEL-304,316, 410, HK40, OTEHR ALLOY GRADES AS PER CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENTS.
- DIFFERENCE AS PER DRAWING Kilograms (kg)
- AS PER CUSTOMERS TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT
- FOR HEATING OF STEAM PIPE AND WATER
- shapar veraval RAJKOT
- 5000 Unit Per Week
- 1 Months
- Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
- Africa, Middle East, Asia
- All India
Design of Air Nozzles
We use a multi orifice type of air nozzles.Various values were taken for the no of orifices, their diameter and the diameter of the air nozzle. Much iteration was performed and the validity of the design was checked. After much iteration the values were determined as the no of orifices was found out to be 6, orifice diameter was determined as 3mm, and finally diameter of air nozzle was found out to be 16 mm.
The design and analysis of the nozzle and bedmaterials required for fluidized bed boiler. The design parameters (Diameter ofthe bed particle, Range of the terminal velocities, Minimum Fluidization/Bubbling velocities, Maximum amplitude and steady velocities) were calculatedusing Microsoft Excel by interpreting and solving various formulas. Best bedmaterial was selected on the basis of their various characteristics like porosity,adhesive or cohesive properties, resistance to flow etc. An importantcharacteristic change of air distributor velocity with combustion chambertemperature has been established. ANSYS was used as a simulation tool for theanalysis. Static Structural solver was used to carry out the strength analysisof the designed wind box. Likewise, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) wascarried out using FLUENT solver. Air flow inside the wind box and fluidizationphenomena was verified using FLUENT. Furthermore, the designed system waschecked for its validity by comparing the results from the Excel sheets andtheoretical calculations with simulation results. Lastly, correlation betweentemperature and velocity inside combustion temperature were determined toidentify their relationship with each other.