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A method of thrust augmentation in gas turbine engines. This normally is used on engines fitted on combat aircraft. The surplus or unburned air coming out of the engine is burned by the addition of fuel, which accelerates the gases and provides additional thrust. Engines fitted with a reheat control have a variable propelling nozzle to ensure the correct balance between temperature, pressure, and thrust. Also called afterburning
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As a consequence, the simulation of the reheat stage requires accurate modeling of the heat flux received by the polymer sheet.
Raising the supply air temperature can minimize reheat in low sensible load, exhaust driven spaces, but supply air dew-point control and the cooling requirements of other lab spaces may limit that reset.
VAV terminals with reheat use water, steam, or electric resistance to heat the supply air.
Reheat them uncovered, slightly overlapping, in a shallow roasting pan in a 400-degree oven about six to eight minutes.
Constant volume reheat systems deliver cool air at 55[degrees]F (13[degrees]C) in sufficient amounts to keep the space at setpoint on a summer design cooling day.
Do not reheat on top of the stove because it gets too sticky,'' warned Grippo.
And because the calcium crosslinks resist thermal breakdown, cooks can reheat foods firmed up with them for hours without mushing.
Three sensor cooking modes - Cook, Popcorn and Reheat - adjust power levels and cooking times by evaluating climate inside the unit, and the food's reaction.
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Reheat of a cooled airstream using the heat from refrigerant liquid on its way to a direct expansion cooling coil is desirable from an efficiency standpoint when compared with other dehumidification methods.
Reheating utilizes a metallic fuel (aluminum or silicon) and a novel submerged oxygen injection technique to reheat molten steel in the ladle.
This often leads to inadequate dehumidification, requiring overcooling of the conditioned space or use of hot gas reheat, both inefficient practices, or compromised indoor humidity control and indoor air quality.