A water tube boiler is a type of boiler in which water circulates in tubes heated externally by the fire. Fuel is burned inside the furnace, creating hot gas which heats water in the steam-generating tubes. In smaller boilers, additional generating tubes are separate in the furnace, while larger utility boilers rely on the water-filled tubes that make up the walls of the furnace to generate steam. This range of water tube boilers is designed and engineered with high graded raw materials which comply with international quality standards. These boilers are capable of handling large volume of water while heating it. These water tube boilers are used in marine and railway locomotive sectors. This type of boiler dominates the electric power industry, providing steam to drive large turbines.
The Thermal Design Power is the average maximum power a processor can dissipate while running commercially available software. Thermal Design Power is primarily used as a guideline for manufacturers of thermal solutions which tells them how much heat their solution should dissipate. This is a very important figure to have in mind if you are intending to use a third party cooler with a CPU or GPU. If you are planning on overclocking the part, you will need to have a cooler that is rated above the TDP of the part in order to properly cool it. It is usually 20% - 30% lower than the CPU maximum power dissipation. TDP is a self-reported metric. Each manufacturer announces it based on their own findings. TDP is one of several important statistics that can help you hash out the performance and power efficiency of a new processor. While nothing can replace benchmarking, knowing a part’s TDP will help you make an educated guess about how a new part will perform.
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