internal furnace

internal furnace

[in′tərn·əl ′fər·nəs]
(mechanical engineering)
A boiler furnace having a firebox within a water-cooled heating surface.
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As if I don't have enough to contend with dealing with my own internal furnace I also had to craft an outfit to resemble a giant inflatable robot and his small Asian friend.
For those averse to cool temperatures, scientists are devising alternative ways to rev up the internal furnace.
Researchers call this excessive slowdown "adaptive thermogenesis," although they don't fully understand why the body's internal furnace sometimes changes efficiency in what seems to be an effort to minimize weight loss.
The only furnace controls are the internal furnace temperature and the time.
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The system monitors and controls oxygen levels and internal furnace pressures with a series of mechanically operated flue/exhaust ducts equipped with oxygen probes.