In Solid Fuel Water Tube Boiler, water is circulated in tubes and is heated from outside by burning solid fuel such as wood. This solid fuel is kept inside the furnace where it is burned. This leads to the generation of hot gas which heats the water present in the steam generating tubes and the heated water is raised to the steam drum where only saturated steam is drawn off. In some cases, the generated steam is re entered into the furnace using a super-heater so that it can be superheated. A dry gas that finds usage for driving turbines is known as superheated steam.
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