unburnt

unburnt

(ʌnˈbɜːnt)
adj
not burnt
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Then we marched from the kraal Umgugundhlovu, and when next I saw that kraal it was to burn all of it which Dingaan had left unburnt, and when next I saw Dingaan--ah
Their concept of optimized commutation has made an effort to reduce the pollution by using cleaner fuels, less harmful to the environment as it remains negligible amount of unburnt residues behind.
Misfiring spark plugs is common phenomena due to these additives which result in unwanted emissions in shape of unburnt hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide.
Consequently, unburnt hydrocarbon (UHC) emissions, engine combustion stability as well as the risk of misfire are increased.
There might be a treasure trove of recyclable copper, enough lead for a mining operation and enough unburnt Unique powder to load a few more rounds.
Among other initiatives, ENOC Group has piloted the supply of the new 'Biodiesel5' product in the UAE -- a clean fuel produced from vegetable oil, waste cooking oil to lower emissions such as carbon dioxide, black smoke and unburnt hydrocarbons.
Biodiesel lowers emissions such as carbon monoxide, black smoke and unburnt hydrocarbons and can be pumped, stored and burned just like petroleum diesel fuel.
Re-burn stoves feature tubes, baffles or plates that take unburnt emissions from the fire and either send them back into the coal bed or a high-heat combustion chamber.
Ever since Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) rose unburnt from the ashes of her husband's funeral pyre, her nakedness a symbol of power and strength rather than vulnerability, the women of "Game of Thrones" and their stories have gradually moved out of brothels and bed chambers to the front lines of the battle for the kingdom.
The variation of unburnt hydrocarbon emission of the engine with Diesel and dual fuel is depicted in Fig.
Burning of biomass produces carbon dioxides, carbon monoxides, water vapour, ash, sulphur oxides, unburnt hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, solid particles [7-8].