Flesh-Demag process

Flesh-Demag process

[¦flesh ′da·mäk ‚präs·əs]
(chemical engineering)
A gas-making process in which a cyclic water-gas apparatus is used for feeding and charring the coal charge and for gas generation, with periodic automatic removal of the resultant ash.
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