hot surface

hot surface

1. A surface which is very alkaline.
2. A surface which is highly absorbent.
3. A surface at a high temperature.
References in classic literature ?
In attempting to recover himself, he reached for the iron railing which surrounded the stove and kept the pots from sliding off; but he missed the railing, and his hand, with his weight behind it, landed squarely on the hot surface.
Although organic molecules could not survive on the hot surface of a young planet, some could get trapped in small rocky fragments that could crash onto planets much later, when their surfaces had cooled to friendlier temperatures.
The fire started when oil leaked on to a hot surface.
This permits the rolling of the pavement immediately after application, because the hot surface will not stick to the machinery.
Lay unpeeled garlic on hot surface and roast to a sweet mellowness, turning occasionally, until soft when pressed between fingers (you'll notice it has blackened in a few small spots), about 15 minutes.
Common examples are the column of air you feel rising from a hot surface or the circulation of hydraulic fluid in a reservoir due to hot oil being returned near the bottom into the cool oil.
GM is recalling the vehicle to addresses a transmission cooler line fitting that could leak transmission fluid onto a hot surface, whichwould be likely to cause a fire.
Lin's photonic crystal, energized by contact with a hot surface, is dearly a thermal source.
This is said to permit the rolling of the pavement immediately after application because the hot surface will not stick to the machinery.
Screamer - A large juicy chunk of a canned mushroom that emits a high-pitched sound when rubbed on a hot surface.
In addition, the transfer of heat from the contact point at the thermal hot surface used to heat the discs contributes a thermal joint conductance factor to the heat transfer.
NASA doesn't have an instrument that can drill into the hot surface of Venus.