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heat content

[′hēt ¦kän·tent]
(thermodynamics)
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EIA also assumed that soybean oil has a gross heat content of 16,909 Btu per pound, or 5.
Lignite: Also known as "brown coal," this mineral ranks be-tween peat and sub-bituminous coal with regard to heat content.
and international partners -- greatly reduce the uncertainties in estimates of ocean heat content over the past several years, the team said.
Because of magnesium's low thermal heat content, filling a lost foam mold would create the greatest challenge, because the heat required to vaporize the foam pattern could draw enough latent heat from the molten magnesium to prevent mold filling.
A tax on carbon, or on the heat content of fuels, would have an undue effect on the cost of coal.
The location of the band is related to the thickness of the layer solidified on the die walls and is a function of the heat content of the molten metal, the cooling capacity of the die and the amount of flow.
One of the other aspects of the problem considered is that slag typically has a heat content about 1.
The project will generate electricity by burning lignite (a type of coal with low heat content and high moisture) in two 220 MW Alstom circulating fluidized boiler units.
Approximate Heat Content of Petroleum Products (Million Btu per Barrel) Petroleum Product Heat Content Asphalt 6.
Duca, Heat Content of Cast Iron, AFS Transactions, Vol.
Aspen's sale of gas from this field is based on the heat content (BTU) of the gas; currently the price is $2.
The resulting "Green Fuel" has the same heat content per pound as No.