deflagration


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deflagration

[‚def·lə′grā·shən]
(chemistry)
A chemical reaction accompanied by vigorous evolution of heat, flame, sparks, or spattering of burning particles.

deflagration

Burning; the rapid combustion of a substance, attended with an extremely sudden evolution of flame and vapor.
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All testing, proving that the CMAXX can be used as a flame front deflagration arrester when used in conjunction with IDA DeltaMAXX Filters, is backed by third party testing.
If underlying surface colors are not readily discernible, there could be a dust deflagration hazard.
Bureau of Mines to determine MECs: if a deflagration occurred for any tested dust concentration, then an MEC exists for that dust and the dust was classified as explosible.
1] qui, lors d'une electrocoagulation au cours d'une resection transuretrale de la prostate (RTUP), a ete surpris par une deflagration intravesicale.
Les deflagrations au coeur du Darrhib ont beau rythmer la violence faite a l'espace, Nicolas reste aveugle, comme les heros tragiques, aux consequences devastatrices de son oeuvre.
Second, it can signify both the achievement of presence and its deflagration, its emergence and its explosion.
In Minas Gerais, OROV has been maintained in silent cycles, probably because of inadequate epidemiologic conditions, such as the high density of Culicoides paraensis mosquitoes in urban areas, a limiting factor for an epidemic cycle deflagration.
Sur la deflagration de melanges d'acetyleneetd'oxygene.
s NFPA 68 Standard on Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting, fiberglass manufacturers and equipment suppliers are bracing for the kind of challenges the industry has faced in the past when adapting to major regulation changes.
The EIPV is an economical, yet highly reliable form of explosion isolation, a method for preventing deflagration propagation through interconnecting conveying lines, thereby protecting additional process equipment and operating locations.