The quenched cupola
experiment identified 13 chemical processes taking place in five regions of the cupola
, including the heat exchange zone, the oxidation zone, the melt zone, and the slag and iron layers.
of Webster lowered the then-72-year-old, seven-ton cupola
onto a flatbed truck and moved it across the street at a cost of $8,400, paid by the School Buildings Committee.
A producer of highly-cored, intricate gray iron castings, Acme saw the replacement of its cupola
baghouse as the last step toward achieving Dull MACT compliance for particulate emissions control.
The Amerex heat exchanger and filtration system is designed to reduce the cupola
emission temperatures from 950 degrees F to less that 400 degrees F at the fabric filter baghouses.
Cataldo said the finial to the cupola
was bent by a low-hanging wire.
A continuous-flow cupola
furnace designed by Ted Uran, professor of art and department chair at SCC, was used to melt the ferrous alloy.
Naqvi, Chief Executive of the Cupola
When he asked at the local lumberyard how much it would cost to cover a cupola
in copper, he was told $25 per square foot.
The energy source for cokeless cupola
furnaces is natural gas, so neither an addition of sulphur nor desulphurization is necessary.
The Trolley's low-floor design, large side windows, wide rear deck, and distinctive cupola
all work together to create a very open and comfortable riding experience.
Barry Whitcomb and an assistant were working on papers in the society's building yesterday morning when they were informed by a volunteer on-call firefighter that the attic and cupola
were on fire.
The large number of variables involved in cupola
operations, plus the inherent differences among cupolas
, makes reaching optimal levels of cost and performance difficult.