Pressure vessel - Wikipedia

The earliest documented design of pressure vessels was described in 1495 in the book by Leonardo da Vinci, the Codex Madrid I, in which containers of pressurized air were theorized to lift heavy weights underwater. However, vessels resembling those used today did not come about until the 1800s, when steam was generated in boilers helping to spur the industrial revolution.

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Supplementary Problem A high pressure steam generator is to be fitted with convection type superheater having 72 elements in parallel. Steam at the rate of 70,000 kg/hr from the boiler drum enters the superheater inlet header at 8.3 Mpa and 485oC.

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