combustion engineering


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combustion engineering

[kəm′bəs·chən en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The design of combustion furnaces for a given performance and thermal efficiency, involving study of the heat liberated in the combustion process, the amount of heat absorbed by heat elements, and heat-transfer rates.
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It organises and holds conferences and seminars covering various aspects of combustion engineering as well as trade exhibitions and workshops examining new standards or technologies in the industry.
Combustion Engineering is a welcome first step, but there's no sign plaintiffs' counsel will abandon efforts to use prepacks as "insurance plays.
The plaintiffs claimed that acidic water from an abandoned mine site owned by Combustion Engineering, Inc.
6-billion takeover and restructuring of Stanford, CT-based Combustion Engineering Inc.
The company was preciously part of Combustion Engineering, which was bought by Asea Brown Boveri of Sweden; then Sprout Bauer was spun off to an Austrian company, Andritz.
So well, in fact, that Leybovich regularly interprets for such major international players as McDermott international, Combustion Engineering, Dresser Industries, Babcock & Wilcox, Westinghouse, General Electric and other clients of the translation firm.
Under the agreement, a subsidiary of ABB will begin a tender offer for all outstanding shares of Combustion Engineering, beginning in mid-November.
Brook has worked for Combustion Engineering, ABB, and Westinghouse Electric Company as a consultant in the research and development of ultrasonic nondestructive testing.
The I-GAS training syllabuses, assessment processes and accreditation procedures are all copyright of the Combustion Engineering Association and all applications for Training Provider or Trainer status, Assessor status or any other use of the I-GAS material or logo must be made to the Director of the CEA.
I was that latter person and can thus verify that the vessel was designed in detail by Combustion Engineering (not B&W) at their New York engineering office and fabricated at their Chattanooga facility.
No objections had been filed by the February 21 deadline to the US District Court's notice of a hearing on February 28 to affirm and confirm the revised plan of reorganisation for ABB's US subsidiary, Combustion Engineering," ABB said in a statement.