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gas·i·fy

 (găs′ə-fī′)
tr. & intr.v. gas·i·fied, gas·i·fy·ing, gas·i·fies
To convert into or become gas.

gas′i·fi′a·ble adj.
gas′i·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
gas′i·fi′er n.
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gasify

(ˈɡæsɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
1. (General Physics) to make into or become a gas
2. (Chemistry) to subject (coal, etc) to destructive distillation to produce gas, esp for use as a fuel
ˈgasiˌfiable adj
ˌgasifiˈcation n
ˈgasiˌfier n
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gas•i•fy

(ˈgæs əˌfaɪ)

v. -fied, -fy•ing. v.t.
1. to convert into a gas.
v.i.
2. to become a gas.
[1820–30]
gas′i•fi`a•ble, adj.
gas`i•fi•ca′tion, n.
gas′i•fi`er, n.
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gasify


Past participle: gasified
Gerund: gasifying

Imperative
gasify
gasify
Present
I gasify
you gasify
he/she/it gasifies
we gasify
you gasify
they gasify
Preterite
I gasified
you gasified
he/she/it gasified
we gasified
you gasified
they gasified
Present Continuous
I am gasifying
you are gasifying
he/she/it is gasifying
we are gasifying
you are gasifying
they are gasifying
Present Perfect
I have gasified
you have gasified
he/she/it has gasified
we have gasified
you have gasified
they have gasified
Past Continuous
I was gasifying
you were gasifying
he/she/it was gasifying
we were gasifying
you were gasifying
they were gasifying
Past Perfect
I had gasified
you had gasified
he/she/it had gasified
we had gasified
you had gasified
they had gasified
Future
I will gasify
you will gasify
he/she/it will gasify
we will gasify
you will gasify
they will gasify
Future Perfect
I will have gasified
you will have gasified
he/she/it will have gasified
we will have gasified
you will have gasified
they will have gasified
Future Continuous
I will be gasifying
you will be gasifying
he/she/it will be gasifying
we will be gasifying
you will be gasifying
they will be gasifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gasifying
you have been gasifying
he/she/it has been gasifying
we have been gasifying
you have been gasifying
they have been gasifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gasifying
you will have been gasifying
he/she/it will have been gasifying
we will have been gasifying
you will have been gasifying
they will have been gasifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gasifying
you had been gasifying
he/she/it had been gasifying
we had been gasifying
you had been gasifying
they had been gasifying
Conditional
I would gasify
you would gasify
he/she/it would gasify
we would gasify
you would gasify
they would gasify
Past Conditional
I would have gasified
you would have gasified
he/she/it would have gasified
we would have gasified
you would have gasified
they would have gasified
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.gasify - turn into gasgasify - turn into gas; "The substance gasified"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
sublime, sublimate - change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting; "sublime iodine"; "some salts sublime when heated"
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The assumptions used to formulate the biomass gasification process are as follows.
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Moreover, products from pyrolysis of tire-derived fuels obtained under various final pyrolysis temperatures and heating rates were investigated (Unapumnuk et al., 2006) and gasification characteristics of waste tires powders were described (Leung and Wang, 2003).
The aim of this study is to determine the amount of waste rubber acceptable for its thermal treatment with brown coal by the steam-oxygen gasification in a moving bed in laboratory and industrial scales.
Firstly, co-gasification of rubber with brown coal was carried out under well-defined conditions of gasification in a laboratory scale at a unit for the conversion of solid fuels at atmospheric pressure designed for the gasification of samples of a maximum weight of 100 g, capable of heating to a temperature of up to 900[degrees]C and collecting gaseous products into a gas holder with a capacity of 130 [dm.sup.3].
In the course of gasification, volatile products were being exhausted into the separator with a cooling circuit with ethanol (-10[degrees]C).
The thermal conditions of the measurement were similar to those of gasification, as the heating rate in the temperature range of 20-850[degrees]C was 5 K/min, with a dwell at 850[degrees]C until the maximum gasification of the tested char was achieved.
Secondly, the rubber was co-gasified with brown coal in an industrial scale by pressure steam-oxygen gasification in a moving bed in the Lurgi gasifiers from the Sokolovska uhelna Company.