Steam is the gaseous phase of water which is formed when the necessary latent heat of vaporization is supplied to water at its boiling point.Steam is created in power plants at high pressures by the burning of a fuel within a boiler.This formation of steam is seen in coal-fired power plants, nuclear reactors, or even by sunlight in a solar thermal power plant.
Steam pressure reduction is the lowering of the steam pressure at the boiler plant by means of the pressure Piping drawings should be used to map out critical steam loads and the test procedure. 4. While energy savings can result from reducing steam
Figure 3. Low pressure steam turbines9. Chemistry control of the steam/water circuit In power plants, the boiler and feed-water is pre-treated and controlled to minimise the risk of corrosion damage and deposition problems in the boiler, tubing,