steam pipe


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Noun1.Steam pipe - a pipe conducting steamsteam pipe - a pipe conducting steam    
pipage, pipe, piping - a long tube made of metal or plastic that is used to carry water or oil or gas etc.
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The steam pipe explosion that blew a crater into the middle of Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron District and spewed asbestos onto nearby buildings, cars and people, is still getting cleaned up a week later.
They cut their way into a steam pipe before escaping through a manhole on to the streets of the upstate town.
The steam pipe will provide 15.8 megawatts of renewable energy to the plant, which equates to 12 percent of GM's overall goal of putting 125 megawatts of renewable energy into its energy portfolio by 2020.
Extending to 24 pages, the Guide comprises nine sections: Estimating Steam Loads; Using a Steam Table; Sizing a Steam Pipe; Steam Trap Types; Sizing Steam Traps; Calculating Flash Steam; Sizing Condensate Pipework; Designing a Steam System; and Practical Tips for Steam Heat Exchange Applications.
Features of the new TLV ToolBox App include standard unit conversions; steam tables; steam pipe sizing (by velocity, flow rate and pressure loss); velocity and flow rates through a pipe; condensate pipe sizing; direct/indirect heat loads; continual/batch heat loads; a KV calculator, and flow rates through orifice or valve.
Applications for the coatings include steam pipe insulation, duct insulation and heat exchanger insulation.
But after a series of steam pipe failures - the most recent one last month - the utility said it may shut down some lines to customers sooner to avoid costly repairs to a system whose days are numbered.
Office worker Carol Gardener, 53, suffered a broken skull and severe burns when a steam pipe exploded next to her as she walked in the upmarket resort of Marbella.
Steam pipe is made from steel, with inner diameter [d.sub.in]=125 mm and wall thickness [delta]=4 mm.
The explosion of a steam pipe in midtown Manhattan last month sent an eruption of steam and debris higher than the Chrysler Building.
A MAN died and 30 people were hurt when an underground steam pipe exploded in New York.
One person has died in hospital after an underground steam pipe explosion tore through a New York street.