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What is the difference between the function of the feed pump and the condensate pump?

What is the difference between the function of the feed pump and the condensate pump?

Answer:

The condensate pump is used to heat the condensed condensate in the hot water of the condenser into the deaerator by means of a low pressure heater (not high). Deaerator in the deaerator is heated to about 104 degrees Celsius.
The role of the pump is relatively simple, that is, the deaerator of the water after the high and then sent to the boiler inside. And then heated into steam, into the steam turbine, and then to the condenser, and then condensation, and finally condensed pump to the deaerator,
And then return to the boiler. Is such a cycle of the process.
As for the difference between the two pumps, the teacher has been very upstairs that is very clear. Add another point, that is, to the pump outlet pressure is very large, generally in a few to a dozen MPa between the condensate pump outlet pressure relative to

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