reflash

reflash

The reignition of a flammable material by a hot source after the flames have been extinguished.
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"The ship declared the fire out at approximately 9pm and sailors continued to cool hot spots to prevent a reflash."
The activation of a fixed CO2 system can temporarily starve a fire of oxygen, but in order to prevent reflash and the fire spreading, especially into the crew and engineering spaces, a water-based fixed firefighting system should be retrofitted to maintain vessel cooling.
The technician replaced the ECM and attempted to reflash, or program, the computer.
(i) AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE - dry chemical can be used on Class A, B, and C fires, but should never be used on a fire in a commercial grease fryer because of the possibility of reflash and because it will render the fryer's automatic fire-protection system less effective
Results from the simulation are assessed for overall suppression duration, temperature, pressure rise inside the compartment, and fire reflash, as well as sensor location and agent distribution effectiveness.
No matter how smooth or how nice the ride may be, they will still find something to tweak; from unrestricted exhausts, to hi-flow filters, to ECU reflash, the quest never ends.
City of Eugene, 300 Country Club Rd; reflash exterior windows and replace blown insulating glazing units at EPD headquarters; $50,000.
This file is said to be responsible for checking whether the phone's recovery is still stock and if it is not, reflash stock recovery.
This means that even if someone were to restore the original BIOS, rogue firmware located on the network card or the CD-ROM could be used to reflash the rogue one, Brossard said.
Service technicians had been advised if nothing seems to be happening they should "reflash the card" as the mostly likely cure.
It is important to ensure a means to reflash or reprogram the device in-circuit.