reducing flame

reducing flame

[ri′düs·iŋ ‚flām]
(chemistry)
A flame having excess fuel and being capable of chemical reduction, such as extracting oxygen from a metallic oxide.
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"Marinating helps tenderize, moisten, and add flavor to the meat while reducing flame flares from dripping fat, and black charring," Peterson notes.
The green objectives include recycling and utilisation of household waste and construction and industry debris, 100 percent treatment of all wastewater, rationalising energy consumption, increasing solar power productions, reducing flame gas, introducing modern techniques on natural gas power plants and regulating the use of oil and others fossil fuels.
In this regard, he noted that Qatar has completed projects for recycling and utilisation of household waste and waste generated by the construction sector and industry, 100% sewage treatment, rationalising energy consumption, solar energy, reducing flame gas, introducing modern techniques at natural gas power plants, and stopping burning of oil and fossil material.
In the early phase the flame falls in the red region where the TKE (Turbulent Kinetic Energy) is higher, while at a late stage it experiences a low TKE region due to the combined effect of turbulence dissipation during the compression and expansion strokes and walls proximity, thus significantly reducing flame front wrinkling.
20156 Reducing flame retardant exposure--Citing the growing body of evidence that chemical flame retardants adversely impact human health, calls for updating building code requirements for foam plastic insulation with a goal of reducing exposure to flame retardants.
Flame retardants can act in a variety of ways: by raising the ignition temperature, reducing the rate of burning, reducing flame spread, and reducing smoke generation.
Circumferential and radial staging reduces N[O.sub.x] production by reducing flame temperatures, maximizing the reducing reaction that destroys N[O.sub.x] and minimizing the oxidizing reaction that creates N[O.sub.x].