hot end

hot end

hot end
That portion of the gas turbine engine that operates at high temperature. It includes all parts after the compressor (combustors, the turbine, and the exhaust system). Also called the hot section.
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The Ashland Works Hot End remains on temporary idle and no determination has been made at this time regarding the long-term status of the operations.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of hot end intermediate heating elements for raph
Charge carriers from the hot end move through the material to the cold end, generating an electrical voltage.
Extrusion-based 3-D printing (fused deposition modeling) takes raw plastic material, runs it through a hot end, similar to a hot glue gun, and lays it down in beads to build up a 3-D model.
To summarize, the Stirling engine uses the temperature difference between its hot end and cold end to establish a cycle of a fixed mass of gas, heated and expanded, and cooled and compressed, thus converting thermal energy into mechanical energy.
Asked if there is a future for downstream plants such as Trostre using steel from scrap, he said: "If you decouple the hot end [furnaces] from the rest, those businesses I believe are rescuable in any case.
Maximum Hot End Temperature: 300[degrees]C (572[degrees]F)
With the use of the X-Ray 6000 at the hot end, directly after the extruder or after a first vacuum tank/cooling trough, it is possible to rapidly center the crosshead and to control the line speed or extruder rpm.
Heat pumps make the best economic sense when both the cold end and the hot end are useful to somebody.
Two Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 201 engines were purchased by STS and a hot end instrumentation facility was designed and built at Cranfield University's Gas Turbine Engineering Laboratory.
With the use of the X-RAY 6000 as measuring head at the hot end, directly after the extruder or after a first vacuum tank/cooling trough, it is possible to rapidly center the crosshead and to control the line speed or extruder RPM.