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1. (WO2018033763) MULTI-PURPOSE SELF-SUSTAINED HEAT GENERATING REVOLVING EVAPORATOR APPARATUS (MS RE)

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/033763    International Application No.:    PCT/IB2016/001667
Publication Date: Fri Feb 23 00:59:59 CET 2018 International Filing Date: Sat Nov 05 00:59:59 CET 2016
IPC: F22B 1/28
F22B 37/10
Applicants: AL-ATHERI, M., B., Yasar
Inventors: AL-ATHERI, M., B., Yasar
Title: MULTI-PURPOSE SELF-SUSTAINED HEAT GENERATING REVOLVING EVAPORATOR APPARATUS (MS RE)
Abstract:
The present invention is a multi-purpose self-sustained heat generating revolving evaporator apparatus (100), which is capable of performing a number of operations including generation of electricity, source of heat to other MSRE's, steam generation at low/high-pressure for industrial use, hot purified water generation for consuming, hot water generation for heating and other applications. The multi-purpose self- sustained heat generating revolving evaporator apparatus (100) includes a rigid body structure (102), which further includes a heating chamber (150) at the bottom portion of the rigid body structure (102), a high-pressure chamber (132) at the middle portion, which is positioned above the heating chamber (150) inside the rigid body structure (102), and a low-pressure chamber (144) positioned at the top portion, above the high- pressure chamber (132) of the rigid body structure (102). The multi-purpose self- sustained heat generating revolving evaporator apparatus (100) further includes a number of heating means arranged within the heating chamber (150) to heat pure water stored in a pure water storage tank (108) and a heat transfer fluid inside a number of heat transfer tubes. The apparatus (100) also includes a number of pipes for supplying the pure water to the water storage tank (108) positioned within the heating chamber (150) and to transfer the heated water from the heating chamber (150), a number of liquid flow control valves for controlling the heat transfer fluid flow through the heat transfer tubes, a number of steam flow control valves for controlling the steam flow from the high-pressure chamber (132) and the low-pressure chamber (144) and an exhaust means (170) for releasing unwanted steam from the rigid body structure (102).