I am working on a project that will include a high temperature water closed loop to perform heating. The design temperature and pressure is currently established at 2,500 psig / 650 degF. (This high temperature is driven by the process that is being heated.) I have found various resources that discuss up to 440 deg F, but nothing up to the aforementioned pressure/temperature. In particular, the issue is managing the expansion/pressurization of the fluid loop via N2.
If anyone could point to any references or share past project experience, it would be much appreciated.
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