combustion engineering


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combustion engineering

[kəm′bəs·chən en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The design of combustion furnaces for a given performance and thermal efficiency, involving study of the heat liberated in the combustion process, the amount of heat absorbed by heat elements, and heat-transfer rates.
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Lund Combustion Engineering, LOGE AB Karin Gido Hedberg +46 46 286 24 81 kgido-hedberg@loge.
It organises and holds conferences and seminars covering various aspects of combustion engineering as well as trade exhibitions and workshops examining new standards or technologies in the industry.
The jury also slapped Combustion Engineering with $45 million in punitive damages.
This merger will substantially improve the ability of ABB and Combustion Engineering to serve this customers in North America and in the world.
Combustion Engineering made industrial boilers lined with asbestos, a material which can cause cancer and other diseases.
By replacing its Westinghouse steam turbine generator and Combustion Engineering boiler with a modern, three-turbine, natural gas-powered generator by Siemens, the project was to increase the Imperial Irrigation District s generation capacity, boost efficiency and increase reliability.
More recently, he worked in security at Combustion Engineering and then for the Simsbury Housing Authority, where he received many letters of appreciation from its elderly residents for his caring and helpful manner.
It is also the shortest duration for any Combustion Engineering Plant.
ABB's US unit Combustion Engineering made industrial boilers lined with asbestos, which can cause cancer and other diseases.
ABB NDE Products is a business unit of ABB Combustion Engineering Nuclear Power Inc.
He then worked at Combustion Engineering in Windsor Locks, CT, and Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island on nuclear power plant design.
From 1980 to 1987, he held senior roles with Combustion Engineering of Stamford, including three years as president and chief operating officer of the engineering sector of Combustion Engineering and its principal subsidiary, Lummus-Crest, Inc.