cold section

cold section

cold section
That portion of a gas turbine engine ahead of the combustion section. It includes the inlet duct, compressor, and diffuser.
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In the cold section, you'll find yogurt, smoked salmon, capers, red onions, sliced cheeses, canned diced pineapples, some mixed greens, potato salad, pasta salad, canned oranges, cottage cheese, olives, sun dried tomatoes, sliced meats and cucumbers.
And since food cooked the preindustrial way takes time, guests can first enjoy snacks from the cold section as they patiently wait.
To the right will be the cold section, to the left the hot.
It is unlikely that there is insulation in the roof in the cold section, but if there is, there shouldn't be.
(NYSE: UTX), has announced that the F135 engine, which powers the fifth generation F-35 Lightning II, has successfully demonstrated full-life capability of its cold section (components consisting of the fan and compressor) during accelerated mission testing (AMT) at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, located on Arnold Air Force Base in Tullahoma, Tenn., the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 31, 2017-Pratt & Whitney's F135 Engine Cold Section demonstrates full-life capability
In 2006 he assisted the chef at the cold section of fine dining at Table 34, The Grand Intercontinental as well as the sushi station buffet and main kitchen.
Store brand cough and cold remedies could be placed in the cough and cold section, in the natural vitamin section, in center store and at checkout, he explains.
Under the supervision of executive chef Lluis Cantons Pesarrodona, spectacular seafood from remote islands of the Philippines dominates the cold section of the buffet: glistening giant oysters, rare palm-size elephant clams, and exceptionally large mudcrab claws, which the staff crack and deliver to one's table.
Gibson Starting at the cold section, we enjoyed sushi, sashimi, mussels, prawns, crab claws and the like, all of which were up there with the best we've ever had.
Starting at the cold section, we enjoyed an array of sushi, sashimi, mussels, prawns, crab claws and the like, all of which were up there with the best we've ever had.
"We're one of the few stores to have this in the cold section," Schroeder says, adding that Polish beers are also big sellers because of the local ethnic population.