Which of the following characteristics decides that the Lancashire boiler is a fire tube boiler?
Lancashire boiler is a ______ boiler
Lancashire boiler is a stationary, horizontal, natural circulation fire tube boiler having two flue tubes and three passes.
In a Lancashire boiler, the diameter of internal flue tubes and the shell diameter conform to the ratio
The diameter of the cylindrical shell of a Lancashire boiler is about
The specification of Lancashire boiler:
Diameter of the shell: 2 - 3 m
Length of the shell : 7 - 9 m
Maximum working pressure : 16 bar
Steam capacity: 9000 kg/h
Efficiency : 50 to 70%
Which aspect is not valid for a fire tube locomotive boiler?
Locomotive boiler is a multi-tubular, horizontally placed, mobile and internally fire-tube boiler.
Maximum steam pressure in a locomotive boiler is limited to
Specification of locomotive boiler:
Size of tubes : 14 cm
Number of superheater tubes: 38
Steam capacity : 9000 kg/h
Working pressure : 14 bar
Which is a correct statement in the context of difference between a Lancashire boiler and a Cornish boiler?
(i) Both are fire tube boilers
(ii) Both have horizontal placement
(iii) Lancashire boiler has two flue tubes
(iv) Cornish boiler is of mono flue tube type
Hemispherical configuration of the crown of a fire box
A Babcock-Wilcox boiler is classified as a water tube boiler because
The objective of providing baffles in between water tubes in Babcock-Wilcox boiler