Heating surface


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(Steam Boilers) the aggregate surface exposed to fire or to the heated products of combustion, esp. of all the plates or sheets that are exposed to water on their opposite surfaces; - called also fire surface.

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Because it runs on low voltage the heating surface can't get hot enough to burn newly hatched chicksso they can snuggle under the brooder, just like under a mother hen," said Pearce.
--Improve the methodology of research of intensity of sparingly soluble salts sediments on the surface of the cooling tower and evaporative heating surface of condenser.
As far as we are concern, there are no studies on heating surface covered by grass at an open space.
A lot of heat could be transferred to liquid through the heating surface during pool boiling heat transfer.
The experimental results indicate that the nucleate pool boiling heat transfer coefficients on copper foam covers are larger than those on a plain heating surface by a maximum of 450%; the presence of oil deteriorates the nucleate pool boiling heat transfer on copper foam covers by a maximum of 90%.
The customized heavy oil-fired helical coil heating system has 2,500 [ft.sup.2] (232 [m.sup.2]) of heating surface, and weighs 30 short tons (27 Mg).
27 September 2011 - German construction group Bilfinger Berger (ETR:GBF) said it would buy local heating surface cleaning systems and finned tubes provider Rosink Apparate- und Anlagenbau GmbH for an undisclosed sum.
Thanks to the innovative combustion chamber design the exhaust gases flow out of the end of the combustion chamber directly onto the secondary heating surface to achieve optimum combustion.
Brush oil on the heating surface,heat until it begins to smoke then wipe out extra fat and leave to cool.
This may be attributed to the fact that at SPL lower than 130 dB, the packets do not get sufficient momentum to carry the heat from the heating surface. Graph 4 show variations of local heat transfer coefficients with excess air velocity ([u.sub.g]-[u.sub.mf]) at different values of SPL.
Their unique deep-well shape reduces the chance of sticking and cracking while also maximizing the heating surface area further, contributing to faster heat up.
Variety of emitter surfaces available, which include ceramic, fiberglass, glass, or stainless-steel grids to provide uniform heating surface. Units have a maximum operating temperature of 1100 F.

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