heating surface


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heating surface

[′hēd·iŋ ‚sər·fəs]
(engineering)
The surface for the absorption and transfer of heat from one medium to another.
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<p style="font-weight: 400;">Contact with the body-temperature heating surface of the EcoGlow Safety brooders is a more natural way of raising chicks than a heat lamp.
Dependences of the intensity of sediments on the heating surfaces of the condenser, nozzles and control coupons considering the density of carbonate salts are shown in Fig.
Multiple combinations of performance parameters and adopted constructional designs may lead to substantial differences in thermal energy efficiency of heating surface and thus increase cost of the entire system.
The heating surface is on the top of neck cylinder which is the same block of heating cylinder.
The addition of a large amount of oil also greatly changes the heat transfer characteristics of the heating surface; e.g., the oil-rich layer (Kedzierski 2003) on the fluid--solid interface under a high oil concentration condition can be much thicker than that under a low oil concentration condition.
It can be concluded that, at higher values of SPL, the packets get enough energy to travel to the heat transfer surface and carry the heat from the heating surface to the bed material
Although the deposits on convective heating surfaces contain up to 2% chlorine, as shown by analyses, the data obtained in the long-term studies of PF boilers indicate that corrosive influence of chlorine decreases noticeably when the temperature of the heating surface metal is below 450 [degrees] C.
If the boiler is natural draft, excess air could cool down the heating surface, keeping fuel from combusting properly.
The latest heat transfer surface design of the Babcock Wanson economisers permits dual fuel operation with both gas and light oil greatly extending periods between cleaning due to the non fouling finning of the extended heating surface. This results in the boiler efficiency being maintained at a higher level than with conventional designs and contributes substantially to Babcock Wanson boilers being featured on the Government backed (ETL) Energy Technology List (Authorised user No.00030).
The heating surface is 6" x 6" and constructed of solid white ceramic glass.
The new compact boiler shell offers generous heating surface incorporating a furnace tube concentric with the first pass of fire tubes ensuring optimal heat transfer and equalisation of thermal stresses within the boiler pressure vessel.
Infrared welding suffers none of the disadvantages of hot plate methods, such as plastic adhesion to the heating surface, which requires frequent tool cleaning.

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