excess air

excess air

[¦ek‚ses ′er]
(engineering)
Amount of air in a combustion process greater than the amount theoretically required for complete oxidation.
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Jiang said in most cases, the excess air is later absorbed by the body.
ArcelorMittal has been fined in the past for excess air pollution.
And if youre going to indulge in different looks for summer and winter, or holiday-inspired pillows embellished with reindeer or flags, Lasky suggests investing in space saver bags storage bags that let you compress items by vacuuming out excess air.
Cut down on swallowing excess air by giving up gum, smoking and fit your dentures snugly.
X] reduction: a small amount of excess air, air distribution or flue gas recirculation to the combustion chamber [3].
In May, Exxon asked Hittner to revisit various facets of his ruling used to calculate the fine amount, including how much money the company saved by delaying repairs that would've prevented the excess air emissions in the first place.
3 demonstrates the thermal effectiveness against excess air ratio as hydrogen was supplemented.
Unthrottled operation over most of the operational power output range ensures complete combustion with excess air.
Avoid activities that result in swallowing excess air, such as smoking, eating quickly, chewing gum, and drinking carbonated beverages.
The burner is a chamber where fuel is burned in the presence of excess air.
When substituting a part of the excess air with exhaust gas, heat capacity increases, thus reducing [NO.
Walking through the kitchen, the team felt excess air being pulled through.