waterwall

waterwall

[′wȯd·ər‚wȯl]
(mechanical engineering)
The side of a boiler furnace consisting of water-carrying tubes which absorb radiant heat and thereby prevent excessively high furnace temperatures.
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The Samsung Chef Collection includes kitchen suites inspired by world renowned chefs that let customers envision their entire space in one single footprint and get hands on with the latest Samsung appliance technology like the breakthrough Waterwall Dishwasher that reinvents dishwashing and the Flex Duo(TM) Oven, now available in stylish black stainless steel.
Tenders are invited for Repair/ Replacement Of Waterwall Tubes And Manifolds In M.
The new facility will allow greater space for the variety of sizes of its Waterwall units - the largest being a 64,000-litre capacity "lagoon" for use in fracking.
The new conversion technologies will eventually displace the most common WTE technology, mass bum waterwall combustion.
The ramped entry street indeed leads you to a piazza in front of Pelli Clarke Pelli's hefty crystalline Aria Resort-- At the hub of one of three blocks on the Gensler-designed masterplan, building and piazza are bonded by a huge curving waterwall.
Inside the nearly completed $36 million Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, everything - from the waterwall greeting patients when they enter the rotunda, to the painting and meditation garden - was designed to help ease the mind, heal the body and comfort the soul.
Available in February, it is the first in an upcoming line of products that will include a solar-powered version of the WaterMill as well as the WaterWall, a large-scale adaptation for use on an industrial scale.
The Waterwall System from CINTEC America of Washington, D.
Sulphation of calcium oxide and condensation or desublimation of potassium sulphate also play an important role in fouling processes of waterwall tubes.
This paper describes some of the reasons for higher corrosion in localized areas of waterwall in the lower furnace.
Stern Architects of New York, the renovation includes a new glass and steel canopy entrance on Railroad Avenue as well as a complete renovation of the adjoining public, plaza to include a 90-foot-long waterwall, terraced landscaping and an outdoor seating area.
Williams, which bought financially strapped Transco in 1994, employs 1,700 people in the building, which has an adjoining park and waterwall that has made it a leading tourist attraction.