combustible gas

combustible gas

[kəm′bəs·tə·bəl ‚gas]
(materials)
A gas that burns, including the fuel gases, hydrogen, hydrocarbon, carbon monoxide, or a mixture of these.
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3 shows that the combustible gas in the gas content from pyrolysis is on the rise when the temperature of tar cracking rises.
SENSIT Technologies' SENSIT HXG2d Combustible Gas Leak Detector has received ATEX compliance certification.
Biogas plant is a device used for converting fermentable organic matter, particularly cattle dung, into a combustible gas (biogas) and fully matured and enriched organic fertilizer.
Zones 0, 1 and 2 relate to combustible gas, fumes or mist.
If the results are positive, they will seek consent to convert the coal into a combustible gas using a process called underground coal gasification.
The statement added the solar panels can help address concerns, the villages have expressed about house fires ignited by highly combustible gas cylinders.
The 366 workers at the bankrupt New Fabris car parts plant in Chatellerault in eastern France have barricaded themselves inside the building and rigged up canisters of combustible gas.
2001, Combustible gas production from sewage sludge with down draft gasifier.
If a driver of any of these vehicles tries repeatedly to start up the engine, the starter becomes heated, causing combustible gas to seep through the coating of a coil inside the engine, which in turn could cause a fire, Isuzu said.
But vegetable oil isn't volatile enough to from a combustible gas in the engine.
In addition to several installations in Europe, ASR from a shredding plant in California is currently being used to demonstrate the ILS system's ability to produce "intense energy in the absence of oxygen [that] reduces the material [by] approximately 98 percent," turning most of it "into a combustible gas and the balance [into] a non-hazardous, non-toxic inert basalt that can be used in construction, road base or anywhere sand can be used.