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|dc.creator||Shook, J. R.|
|dc.creator||Luttenberger, D. B.|
|dc.description.abstract||Low temperature corrosion proof heat exchangers designed to reduce boiler flue gas temperatures to 150°F or lower are now being commercially operated on gas, oil and coal fired boilers. These heat exchangers, when applied to boiler flue gas, are commonly called condensing economizers. It has traditionally been common practice in the boiler industry to not reduce flue gas temperatures below the 300°F to 400°F range. This barrier has now been broken by the development and application of corrosion proof heat exchanger technology. This opens up a vast reservior of untapped recoverable energy that can be recovered and reused as an energy source. The successful recovery of this heat and the optimum use of it are the fundemental goals of the technology presented in this paper. This Recovered Low Level Heat Is Normally Used To Heat Cold Make-up Water Or Combustion Air.||en|
|dc.publisher||Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu)|
|dc.subject||Low Temperature Heat Exchangers||en|
|dc.title||Low Temperature Heat Recovery for Boiler Systems||en|
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