high heat

high heat

[′hī ¦hēt]
(thermodynamics)
Heat absorbed by the cooling medium in a calorimeter when products of combustion are cooled to the initial atmospheric (ambient) temperature.
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The High Heat Baseball 2000 game also features wild pitches and wild fielding throws, true-to-life base runner, fielder, and catcher actions combined with special effects such as clouds of dust during a hard slide.
Bring to a simmer over high heat, then reduce heat and simmer, covered, for 10 minutes to blend flavors.
New PAM Professional created for demands of high-heat cooking; Food expert Ted Allen to provide helpful high heat cooking tips
Cover and cook on the high heat setting for 1 hour.
PPS products offer high heat and chemical resistance, outstanding mechanical strength, and inherent flame retardancy.
Synergy Yellow 6202 is a mid-green-shade yellow said to have extremely high heat stability and very good color strength.
With a completely rebuilt graphics engine, 27 different pitches and new motion captured player animations, High Heat Major League Baseball 2004 is sure to impress even the most seasoned player.
Adaptable for increasing density requirements, CPI Passive Cooling Solutions accomplish high heat density cooling while achieving advanced thermal control with zero points of failure.
Yellow 6202 is a mid-green-shade yellow that boasts extremely high heat stability (up to 650 F) and very good color strength.
With a completely new graphics engine, all original motion captured player animations, and a deep new Franchise Mode, High Heat Major League Baseball 2004 is guaranteed to top gamers' scorecards this season.
In a medium saucepan bring the broth and water to a boil over high heat.
Our process uses extremely high heat, and it has proven to be far superior to traditional 'sublimation' method of imprinting tiles.