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World Journal of Engineering
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Sagar N. Sakharkar*, Vinayak R. Kokate and Vishal V. Kadam,


Condensate recovery is the advanced technique used to improve an efficiency and effectiveness of industry, where steam is a basic heating unit as source of energy. It is one of the technique to recover waste heat which emerging day by day due to its ample advantages. It plays vital role for saving expenditure of steam generation. The objective of this paper is to highlight the importance of condensate in steam distribution network and recover condensate instead of dumping Directly in the atmosphere It has possible to recover waste heat on the basis of fundamental heat transfer principles. The condensate recovery has highlighted by sequential process which mainly includes cross flow heat exchanger (shell and tube type heat exchanger). Understanding of reviewed data recovers 90% to 95% condensate will reuse which contains higher enthalpy and gives off sensible energy for heat transfer. The implementation of condensate recovery technique leads to save in running capital like water charges and fuel charges. Hence it reduces emission norms of polluting substances after burning of fuels such as SOx, CO2, NOx CO causing the steam distribution system more friendly to the environment.

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