Preliminary study of an experimental boiler assembly based on Pantone technology
Keywords: boiler installation, experiments, process Pantone, analysis, assumptions, findings, improvements
The P.Pantone process was the subject of an end-of-study project carried out at the Ensais to obtain the ENSAIS Engineer diploma in energy mechanical engineering. We will therefore not present the process here, which is supposed to be known to the reader by reading the engineer's report on pantone engine
Let's just say that this study opens the way to many additional experiments that will have to be carried out in order to gain a global understanding of the process. The boiler assembly, set out in the report, is one of these additional studies suggested.
Why such a montage?
Given that heating (private and industrial) is responsible for around half of pollutant releases (mainly GHG) and given the promising depollution results observed on thermal engines, a study to modify boilers is necessary.
From a technological point of view, the stability of the speed, temperatures and power of a boiler compared to a heat engine will facilitate the modifications and the use of the heating process. This stability constitutes an undeniable technological advantage of the boiler assembly.
From an experimental point of view: this assembly will allow measurement of inaccessible parameters on a thermal engine assembly. Such an assembly will also make certain tests much easier than with an engine. This is essential for understanding the process and this arrangement will allow progress in the characterization of the process.