reverberatory


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re·ver·ber·a·to·ry

 (rĭ-vûr′bər-ə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Produced or operating by reverberation; deflected or diverted, as flame or heat, onto material being treated.

reverberatory

(rɪˈvɜːbərətərɪ; -trɪ)
adj
characterized by, utilizing, or produced by reverberation
n, pl -ries
(Metallurgy) short for reverberatory furnace

re•ver•ber•a•to•ry

(rɪˈvɜr bər əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

adj., n., pl. -ries. adj.
1. characterized or produced by reverberation.
2. of or denoting a furnace, kiln, or the like in which heat radiates by being deflected downward from the roof.
3. deflected, as flame.
n.
4. a device, as a furnace, embodying reverberation.
[1595–1605]
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It is through the novelist's power of creation that we can get our best glimpse of what lies behind and under the reverberatory power of facts.
55) Smelting was done in reverberatory and calcining furnaces, producing antimony ingots with a recovery rate of up to 95%, lowering both production and shipping costs.
NMDA signal transduction modulates the thalamocorticothalamic reverberatory circuit important in conscious perception and schizophrenia.
Plus it will increase the capability of the Ausmelt so eventually it can become our only smelting furnace and allow us to convert the old reverberatory furnace, which is responsible for most roof level emissions, into a holding furnace.
The project on 'onsite assessments of a reverberatory aluminum melting furnaces' is expected to increase the 'reverberatory' furnaces' efficiency in order to reduce the energy consumed per unit mass of the produced aluminum.
Topics of the 31 papers include a historical review and peek into the futures, a life cycle analysis of greenhouse emissions in primary aluminum smelter cast houses, automated metal siphoning and cast house energy consumption, the benefits of forced circulation for aluminum reverberatory furnaces, using electromagnetic fields to detect inclusions in aluminum, estimating the production capabilities of cast-house equipment configuration options, organic coatings to prevent molten metal explosions, and a technological jump in aluminum ingot production.
The association of short-term memory tied to consciousness within an architecture of thalamocortical reverberatory loops is proposed in [33].
My favorite is "All the Blue: From the Director's Book of Josiah Spode," the English ceramicist's dramatic recipe for heating a mixture of plaster, borax, and cobalt monoxide in a reverberatory furnace to create a substance known simply as "blue":
The labor-intensive sorting operation is probably the most unfamiliar element to a North American visitor, as Shanghai Sigmas reverberatory and rotary furnaces, its casting lines and its executive offices are on par or exceed what one would expect to see in North America.
Mr Belford said: 'The discovered cementation furnace would have consisted of a large sandstone chest, in an arched brick chamber (a reverberatory furnace).
Wyatt said architecture is a great asset to musical worship, "a really good naturally acoustical, reverberatory environment is so important, so the assembly can hear itself singing, because it doesn't have microphones.
The company's reverberatory furnaces had no capture system for SO2 emissions.