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Chat OnlineSteam boiler calculations rely heavily on the variable b, boiler mass flow rate. This variable b is the assigned equal to mass flow at boiler inlet node for preliminary calculations. Calculating the boiler delta temperature difference between the inlet and outlet nodes.

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Chat OnlineSTEADY FLOW ENERGY EQUATION. First Law for a Control Volume (VW, S & B: Chapter 6) Frequently (especially for flow processes) it is most useful to express the First Law as a statement about ratesof heat and work, for a control volume.; Conservation of mass (VW, S & B: 6.1). Conservation of Energy (First Law) (VW, S & B: 6.2)

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