fuel bed

fuel bed

[′fyül ‚bed]
(mechanical engineering)
A layer of burning fuel, as on a furnace grate or a cupola.
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Gas coal fires, often indistinguishable from the real thing, throw out a surprising amount of heat in my experience, and B&Q's impressive selection includes a Focal Point Lulworth Manual Control Inset Fire, with a pebble fuel bed, PS154.
In this design emissions are reduced by tangentially admitting preheated secondary air at into the combustion chamber with a baffle placed above the fuel bed to generate recirculation zones to improve combustion efficiency.
Lulworth electric fire Pebbled fuel bed inset fire (mantelpiece sold separately) with variable heat output.
Available in gloss black, the fire has opening doors and comes with a choice of log effect or real coals for the fuel bed for added authenticity.
But the fire's behavior was still "very extreme," he warned, due to a ripe fuel bed of Ponderosa pine, brushy understory and a carpet of now-dry grasses thickened by late spring rains.
Combustible gases were produced from 3 minute after the torching of fuel bed in the pre set port.
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A curved panoramic reflector behind the fuel bed reflects heat and light.
There are no spots on the hills where there's no fuel, so we have a continuous fuel bed, which will bring the fire from one fuel of big brush to the next.
The most important condition for achieving the objective is providing intensive heat transfer from the gas flow to the large-particle material in the fuel bed.
The impacts of temperature and residence times on PCDD/PCDF formation have also been examined, and studies conducted in a pilot-scale solid fuel bed reactor revealed different formation pathways for dioxins and dibenzofurans.
Key attributes: A direct-fired fuel bed chamber introduces sand from the top and provides full fluidization wall-towall.

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