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Steam Cycle v1.doc-8/9/2004 Maritime Professional Studies KP100 Introduction to Marine Engineering (IME) Segment Course Handout I. Topic Name: Steam Cycle II. Reference(s) Text: Ship Knowledge A Modern Encyclopedia Pages: N/A III. Topic Objectives A. Identify the major components that comprise a steam cycle B. State the purpose for a boiler C. State the forms of energy that are received, used and discharged in a boiler D. State the purpose for a steam turbine E. Identify three applications for steam turbines F. Identify the overall changes that occur to the temperature and pressure of the working substance as it passes from the inlet to the outlet of a steam turbine G. State the forms of energy that are received, used and discharged through the Main Engine (i.e. steam) turbine in a steam cycle H. State the forms of energy that are received, used and discharged through the Ships Service Turbine Generator (SSTG) in a steam cycle I. Identify the changes that occur to the working substance in a steam cycle relative to it’s state, temperature and pressure J. Identify the thermodynamic cycle components as they apply to a steam cycle
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COURSE HANDOUT: Steam Cycle Steam Cycle v1.doc-8/9/2004 2 IV. Topic Terminology ahead turbine air ejector astern turbine atomization Auxiliary Steam boiler chemical energy closed system (or cycle) condensate (aka Condensate) condensation condenser convection cross-flow heat exchanger D/P deaerate degree of superheat DFT (Deaerating Feed Tank) ejector electric generator electrical energy energy, chemical energy, electrical energy, mechanical energy, thermal engine, thermodynamic cycle feedwater (aka Feedwater) fluid forced draft FWRV gage (aka gauge) heat exchanger heat exchanger, direct contact heat exchanger, indirect heat sink, thermodynamic cycle heat source, thermodynamic cycle hotwell latent heat latent heat of condensation latent heat of vaporization Main Engine Main Steam mechanical energy motive force open system (or cycle) phase pump pump, centrifugal pump, jet pump, non-positive displacement pump, thermodynamic cycle saturated liquid saturated vapor saturation
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COURSE HANDOUT: Steam Cycle Steam Cycle v1.doc-8/9/2004 3 saturation pressure saturation temperature SSTG state steam steam turbine sub-cooled liquid superheat thermal energy thermodynamic cycle engine thermodynamic cycle heat sink thermodynamic cycle heat source thermodynamic cycle pump thermodynamic cycle working substance throttle valve turbine turbine generator unheated engine vacuum vapor work working substance, thermodynamic cycle
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COURSE HANDOUT: Steam Cycle Steam Cycle v1.doc-8/9/2004 4 V. Topic Materials & Information A. Steam cycle components 1. Boiler
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course KP 100 taught by Professor Lenord during the Fall '06 term at United States Merchant Marine Academy.

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Steam_Cycle_v1 - Maritime Professional Studies KP100...

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