combustible gas

combustible gas

[kəm′bəs·tə·bəl ‚gas]
(materials)
A gas that burns, including the fuel gases, hydrogen, hydrocarbon, carbon monoxide, or a mixture of these.
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The products are designed for expanded application where combustible gas safety and gas leak detection are critical.
Police suspect that it was Chang who had tossed a combustible gas cannister or cannisters of some sort into the trash truck, and when vehicle's compactor was activated, the gas container(s) ruptured, leading to the large explosion.
The eruptions in 1992-2008 were accompanied by a thunder and the release of combustible gas. According to local residents, the height of the flame during the eruption this year reached 150-200 meters.
3 shows that the combustible gas in the gas content from pyrolysis is on the rise when the temperature of tar cracking rises.
SENSIT Technologies' SENSIT HXG2d Combustible Gas Leak Detector has received ATEX compliance certification.
Nanoparticles contain a large amount of CaC[O.sub.3] and MgC[O.sub.3], decomposition reaction is endothermic reaction at high temperature, so they will absorb the heat around to decrease the temperature of the surface and burned area, and carbon dioxide produced by decomposition can dilute the concentration of combustible gas and oxygen around to suppress the combustion.
(a) A combustible gas in a distribution line must contain a natural odorant or be odorized so that at a concentration in air of one-fifth of the lower explosive limit, the gas is readily detectable by a person with a normal sense of smell.
Plans are available that show how to use a glass bottle or Mason jar to create and store this highly combustible gas. Glass jars are fragile and may crack or break, even a small amount of Hydrogen gas can explode.
Biogas plant is a device used for converting fermentable organic matter, particularly cattle dung, into a combustible gas (biogas) and fully matured and enriched organic fertilizer.