primary fuel

primary fuel

primary fuel
A typical fuel nozzle.
primary fuel
i. Fuel that flows from the nozzles in a gas turbine engine under a condition of low airflow.
ii. Refers to a duplex fuel nozzle and the fuel that initially flows upon starting, usually from the center orifice. Also called pilot fuel.
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Contract awarded for 10055083-set of low mean pore size filters- 1)large primary fuel oil filer 2)large secondary fuel oil filter to 1) rdso drg.
These IPPs have dual fuel plants, which can be operated on natural gas as primary fuel and High Speed Diesel (HSD) as secondary/alternative fuel.
These IPPs have dual fuel plants which can be operated on natural gas as a primary fuel and high speed diesel as secondary fuel.
The new tug will use LNG as the primary fuel and will be operated by Dubai Maritime City.
According to the report, solar energy has become an attractive option for water desalination following a steep drop in the cost of photo-voltaic (PV) based systems for electricity generation and is particularly competitive in rural areas where diesel is the primary fuel for electricity generation.
The Craig Station fires Colorado low-sulfur bituminous coal as its primary fuel.
The model is a bi-fuel vehicle that uses compressed natural gas as its primary fuel source, but automatically switches to petrol when the CNG tanks are emptied.
If the primary fuel pump, NSN 4320-01-579-1044, fails, you can still get a free replacement pump
Currently, the combined power generation and desalinated water production in Dubai are most-efficiently produced using natural gas and LNG as the primary fuel (99%), and supplemented by liquid fuel and diesel oil as a secondary fuel (1%)" Al Tayer claimed.
I read out loud, "JP-8, NATO Code F-37, Emergency Fuel--A fuel that may be used for a minimum time when a primary fuel is not available and an urgent need exists (such as hurricane evacuation or military necessity).
The methane can be utilised as fuel and burned in the same combustion chamber that produced carbon dioxide, adding energy back to the production cycle and decreasing the consumption of primary fuel.
uses natural gas as its primary fuel, allowing users to avoid high kilowatt demands and time-of-use rates.