Stirling BoilerPublished on 24/2/2012 and last updated on 22/8/2018
The entire system is enclosed by a brickwork. Here the brick enclosure is used to prevent the heat dissipation to the surroundings. The fire door is constructed at the bottom side of the brick enclosure wall. The damper is provided on the other side of the brick enclosure wall to take out the combustion gas as when required. The fire brick arch is provided above the furnace. Three baffles are provided in the boiler system to allow the combustion gas to flow in zigzag way. There is one water circulating tubes connecting the mud drums. Also there are steam circulating tubes connecting middle steam drums to outer steam drums. There is also a group of hot water circulating tube from front steam drum to middle steam drum. A safety value is provided on the back steam drum. Finally the steam is collected from middle steam drum. The steam compartment is constructed inside the middle steam drum. The super heater is connected to steam compartment through a steel pipe.