heat release

heat release

[′hēt ri‚lēs]
(thermodynamics)
The quantity of heat released by a furnace or other heating mechanism per second, divided by its volume.
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The time to ignition and the peak heat release rate were unrelated to the amount of chemicals, as shown in Figure 5.
It can be used in applications requiring heat release without the use of silicone and improves printability on aluminum foil due to its high adhesion.
The prototype alarm panel displayed multi-layer web pages viewable by ordinary web browsers which displayed sensor measurements, on-site video, and processed information such as the heat release rate.
We've tirelessly lobbied for a switch to closed-cycle cooling, which would reduce water withdrawal by 94%, and heat release by 96 %.
The new pulse combustion spray dryer is 32 feet tall and operates at a heat release of one million BTU per hour.
Joncryl HR-1620 offers high heat release, with excellent hot mar and water resistance.
The material is heat resistant up to 320x F (160x C) and is inherently flame-retardant, offering full FST compliance including OSU heat release of less than 55/55, or 55 kw min/m2 for heat release and 55 kw/m2 for peak heat release.
3] determined the heat release capacity (J/g K) to be a true material property rooted in the chemical structure of the polymer and calculable from additive molar group contributions.
In order to investigate the behavior of polyester material based on Polimal 1033 Apy, the experimental part of the study on thermal and flammable properties looks at unmodified and modified inorganic additives during fire occurrence, as well as reveals heat release rates at the selected heat flux according to ISO 5660-1:2002 (Konecki, Polka 2005; Polka 2001).
In addition to its reportedly exceptional heat release, smoke density and toxicity performance, SABIC says Lexan FST3403 can be moulded into existing tooling that is typically used for PC/acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) materials, avoiding significant capital costs and providing exceptionally high flow capabilities, enabling large parts such as seat back shells to be injection moulded with high impact strength, high-quality aesthetics and without marks, texture defaults, flow lines and other surface defects.
Ductility and flame resistance improve, along with heat release rate (HRR) and rate of smoke release (RSR).
In addition to its exceptional heat release, smoke density and toxicity performance, documented by independent laboratory testing, the LEXAN FST copolymer delivers high flow properties for injection molding large parts with excellent aesthetics and impact strength.