Locomotive boiler, Mechanical Engineering

LOCOMOTIVE BOILER:

It is horizontal, natural circulation, fire tube boiler. It can generate steam at the rate of 7000 kg/hr. at pressure of up to 2.5 Mpa. Earlier it was used in railways for traction 

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