flash vaporization

flash vaporization

[¦flash vā·pə·rə′zā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Rapid vaporization achieved by passing a volatile liquid through continuously heated coils.
(engineering)
A method used for withdrawing liquefied petroleum gas from storage in which liquid is first flashed into a vapor in an intermediate pressure system, and then a second stage regulator provides the low pressure required to use the gas in appliances.
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Schauer, "Hydrocarbon fuel flash vaporization for pulsed detonation combustion," Journal of Propulsion and Power, vol.
Schauer, "The use of a flash vaporization system with liquid hydrocarbon fuels in a pulse detonation engine," in 42nd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Reno, Nevada, 2004.
The officials during the conference briefed the conferees on the sector's status in Kuwait, namely the country's water desalination experience, usage of water flash vaporization technique and status and Sulaibiah water treatment plant.