DSS Energy Efficiency: Theory of Steam Generation

DSS Energy Efficiency: Theory of Steam Generation is part four of the DSS Energy Efficiency 16-part training series featuring DSS owner-operator content.

The course covers the theory of steam generation and how facilities can efficiently produce and use steam.

Course objectives include:

  • Exercise proper safety precautions when generating steam
  • Understand the effects of temperature and pressure on the process of steam generation
  • Convert heat into useful work
  • Use and interpret Mollier diagrams
  • Apply specific best practices for energy efficient steam generation and use.

Course menu:

Safety Considerations

Heat Content of Steam

  • Effect of Temperature and Pressure

Converting Heat and the Mollier Diagram

  • Converting Heat to Work
  • The Mollier Diagram

Best Practices

  • Steam Generation Best Practices

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